About the National Student Survey
About the National Student Survey
The national student survey is open to all eligible students from the Monday 30 January to Sunday 30 April 2023. If you are eligible to take the survey you will receive an email from the National Student Survey in the week commencing 30 January with a link to the survey.
The survey is conducted independently by Ipsos Mori and asks a series of questions about your student experience. Universities can promote the survey and encourage their students to complete the survey, however it is important that this promotion does not influence responses. More information for students on inappropriate influence is available from the OfS website:
Results are made available on the Discover Uni website where prospective students can compare different institutions and use the information to make informed decisions about where to apply. Anonymised results are also made available to the University.
We value honest feedback on your experiences and use results to look at areas where we can make improvements to the experience of all students.
As a thank you for your time and feedback, the University is offering two incentives. A prize draw and a charitable donation.
Every student who takes part in the NSS 2023 can enter a prize draw to win one of 17 prizes:
- 1 x iPad Air
- 2 x £200 voucher of your choice from: - Amazon, Uber, Deliveroo, LovetoShop
- 2 x £100 voucher of your choice from: - Amazon, Uber, Deliveroo, LovetoShop
- 4 x £50 voucher of your choice from: - Amazon, Uber, Deliveroo, LovetoShop
- 4 x £25 voucher of your choice from: Amazon, Uber, Deliveroo, LovetoShop
- 4 x Graduation Day package (free gown hire, photography shoot with a complimentary graduation photo and two additional guest tickets)
For each response submitted the University will also make a £2 charitable donation, split equally between the following good causes:
- University of Manchester Cost of Living Support Fund. Open all year round, the Living Cost Support fund can award grants of up to £2000 to help students overcome financial hardship or unforeseen additional costs. The fund is open to all students at the University, regardless of level of study or nationality.
- Refugee Women Connect work to build a safe life in the UK for all women in the refugee and asylum seeker communities. They offer practical support for women on a number of issues, including navigating the asylum process, support with accommodation and housing, educational access etc. They also offer bespoke one-to-one mental health support, as well as group activities to combat isolation and loneliness.
- Greater Together Manchester is building effective partnerships in communities to bring about positive change by tackling poverty and transforming lives throughout Greater Manchester and Rossendale. Key areas of work include homelessness, loneliness and isolation, mental health and wellbeing, food insecurity and supporting displaced people.
- Jump Space, based in Stockport provides rebound therapy and sensory play for disabled children and young people and their families. It provides a safe, fun, understanding and non-judgmental environment for disabled children and young people, many of whom are unable to access other forms of sport and activity.
These organisations are aligned to University values and/or have a connection with the University through our volunteering activities or The Student’s Union.
For more information or to complete your survey now see The Student Survey
If you have any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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