March 29th, 2017
Every year, final-year undergraduate students across the county fill out the National Student Survey (NSS) to provide anonymous feedback on their experience at university.
In this video, Beth Massey, Students’ Union Education Officer, explains why the NSS is so important to life at The University of Nottingham.
The feedback that final-years provide will have a huge impact on future students. Not only does it help prospective students to make an informed decision when choosing a course and university, but the results of the NSS influence changes and improvements here at UoN.
Students’ feedback really does help us to make real change. The NSS takes just 10 minutes to complete and leaves a lasting impact. It’s open until Sunday 30 April.
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