Have Your Say: Student Experience Questionnaire

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As part of RGU's commitment to working with students to enhance the student learning experience, students are encouraged to complete the annual Student Experience Questionnaire.

You'll receive an email with your own personalised weblink through your University email. It should only take a few minutes to complete, and all responses are anonymous.

Please note, not everyone receives the questionnaire at the same time - release is linked to your start date and you'll receive it towards the end of your taught modules for the academic session.  For example, if you started your course in September you'll receive the questionnaire in April, but if you joined in January you'll receive it in late November.

Last year over 4,000 students completed the Student Experience Questionnaire, and over 24,000 comments were provided.  Your feedback provides a rich source of data which is considered by a range of different staff across the university. 

Analysis at course, School and university-wide levels helps identifies what is working well, should continue and could be shared more widely - as well as opportunities for enhancement.

By way of example, analysis from last year highlighted 'assessment and feedback' as an area of relatively low satisfaction for students.  In response a project was initiated which brought together groups of students and staff to discuss issues results in more detail. 

A key aspect of the work was the involvement of a Student Project Support Intern to lead student consultation and input to recommendations for improving the assessment and feedback experience. These recommendations have recently been approved for roll-out across the university.   

Any queries can be sent to: studentquestionnaire@rgu.ac.uk

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