New survey launched to gather views of student life during pandemic


June 8th, 2020

A new survey is being launched to help the University understand more about the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on students’ education and overall student experience.

The pandemic has had a huge impact on everyone’s lives – but students especially have had to adjust to a completely new way of life to meet this unprecedented challenge.

Colleagues who have direct communication with students are asked to share news of the survey and encourage students to fill it in.

You can find the survey here.

It should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete, and students who do so will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win one of six £50 vouchers.

All responses will be vital in identifying how the University improves support for students and plans teaching and assessments going forward.

The University has responded to the pandemic not only by moving teaching and assessments online, but by providing key services online, such as counselling, careers and study support. However, as this is the first time this has happened, feedback from students is absolutely vital to inform what future teaching and assessment looks like.

The survey will officially launch on Monday 15 June. However, some Schools/Departments whose students have finished their assessments have agreed an earlier launch date from Monday 8 June – if you’re not sure whether this applies to you, please check with your Education and Student Experience Team.

The survey closes on Wednesday 15 July.

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