Unit Surveys


Tell us about your quality of teaching


How do I complete the Unit Surveys?

Unit Surveys have always provided us with valuable feedback on your teaching and learning, and we use the information we receive from these surveys to make positive changes to your student experience. 

As always, they’re quick to complete, completely confidential and feedback will go directly to your School to help them make changes; as well as giving us a broader institutional view of how we are doing. It is really important to us that as many students as possible complete the surveys so that the collective ‘voice’ that we hear is representative of our student cohort.


How to complete Unit Surveys

To complete your survey, please follow the link you will receive via your student email. Some of you may have previously completed these surveys by logging onto Blackboard or downloaded the EvaluationKIT app. There is no need to do this now, instead you will receive a personalised link by email that will take you straight to your survey.

The surveys will open on 17th April and close at 11:59pm on 14th May.


How do I give my opinion when unit surveys aren't taking place?

We depend on your honest feedback to make sure you have the teaching, resources, and facilities you need to succeed.

If you have something to say when unit surveys aren't running there are several ways you can still make a difference.

  • Speak to your lecturer, tutor, academic advisor, or course administrator directly. Remember that respectful, constructive criticism, backed up with examples, and with preferred alternatives where possible, is more likely to result in a positive effect.
  • Speak to your course and programme representatives. These are students who have chosen to join staff-student panels. They often have a very good relationship with staff, and can give your concerns a voice in School-level forums.
  • Speak to the Students' Union Academic Rep for your course. Elected Course and Faculty Reps work to create positive change, not only regarding your individual courses, but on wider University issues too.