Open Day - June 2017

Open Days

Saturday 4 November, 9am – 3pm (UG/PG)

Saturday 25 November, 9am – 3pm (UG)

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National Student Survey

  • 89 per cent of our students agreed that staff are good at explaining things to them

  • Students with ideas

    87 per cent of students said they were allocated placements suitable for their course.

  • student reading out work to group

    86 per cent of students said their their course provided opportunities to apply what they had learned

We want to offer everyone who studies at our University the very best student experience and are committed to acting on feedback to ensure we are continuing to meet people’s needs.

Every year the National Student Survey (NSS) allows us to monitor how well we are performing and whether we are meeting student expectations. Where the NSS has highlighted issues, we have been able to respond in a quick and effective manner.

Feedback from the NSS has led to a number of changes to services across the University; for example, as a result of requests from students we extended the opening hours of our libraries, introduced Fairtrade products in our cafés and now have a designated environmental officer together with a new institution-wide environment policy.

Some changes made in previous years as a result of the NSS

  • Extended Library opening hours during peak times
  • Additional Library information skills sessions provided
  • All students were given 100 free print credits
  • Internet service in the Halls of Residence was outsourced to provide a better service

NSS Results 2017

Overall,  89 per cent of our students said staff were good at explaining things and 87 per cent of students said they were allocated placements suitable for their course

86 per cent of students said their their course provided opportunities to apply what they had learned, while 85 per cent of students said the library resources supported their learning well

100 per cent of our Accountancy, Acting, English Literature, Interactive Entertainment (Digital Art) and Design for Theatre, Performance and Events students were satisfies with their course.