Final year undergraduate students are invited to make a real difference for current and future students - and raise money for MIND - by sharing their thoughts in this quick to complete survey.

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

National Student Survey 

The survey takes place for three main reasons:

  1. To inform student decisions, enabling prospective students to compare courses at different institutions when decided what and where to study.
  2. To provide information to enhance the student learning experience, as universities and colleges used the results to help develop their courses and facilities for future students.
  3. To support quality assurance and accountability, the survey provides information as part of the quality assurance system and contributes to the public accountability of higher education.

Here at Greenwich we value what you, our students, tell us through any of our feedback channels and are keen for those of you who are eligible to complete the survey.

Want to know more?

  • Talk to your tutor and lecturers about the NSS and the questions it contains, if they haven't already spoken to you.
  • Talk to the Students' Union, who are fully supportive of the NSS and they'll be visiting lectures to tell you more about the survey.
  • Read the FAQs on the National Student Survey site
  • Or contact the Director of Student Experience in your faculty, they are:
    • Business: Colin Allen
    • FEH: Simon Leggatt
    • ACH: Corine Delage
    • FES: Michael McGibbon

Complete the survey and raise money for MIND

Last year we donated £2,671 to MIND, the charity the Students' Union chose to support, for every NSS survey completed by Greenwich students. 

This year, we will do the same - and continue to support MIND, chosen by the Students' Union, and will also include responses from non-final year undergraduates in the Greenwich Student Survey which is open until 28 February.  So this year, with your help, it will be more.