GSS 2019: Non-final year undergraduates - have your say


Non-final year undergraduate students are invited to make a real difference to our university - and raise money for MIND- by sharing their thoughts in this quick to complete survey.

The survey gathers feedback from all non-final year undergraduate students during their studies and asks questions about various aspects of their course, what they love about our university as well as things they'd change.

Greenwich Student Survey 

The Greenwich Student Survey (GSS) is open from 28 January to 28 February in Evasys, so check your university email for the link to complete the survey, which takes less than 15 minutes.

Here at Greenwich we value what you, our students, tell us through any of our feedback channels and are keen for you to complete this survey, which for the first time runs alongside the National Student Survey (NSS), which is an national, independently run survey for final year undergraduates.

Want to know more?

  • Talk to your tutor and lecturers about the GSS and the questions it contains, if they haven't already spoken to you.
  • Talk to the Students' Union, who are fully supportive of the GSS
  • Talk to the Director of Student Experience in your faculty, they are:
    • Business: Colin Allen
    • FEH: Simon Leggatt
    • ACH: Corine Delage
    • FES: Michael McGibbon

Check your university email for the survey link, complete the survey and raise money for MIND

This year, for every Greenwich Student Survey and National Student Survey completed by Greenwich students the university will donate money to the charity the Students' Union chose to support: MIND

Last year we donated £2,671 to MIND for completed NSS surveys - this year, with your help, it will be more.