The National Student Survey (NSS) for 2016 is now underway and available for completion.
It gives final year undergraduate students a unique opportunity to pass on thoughts about their experience at Edinburgh.
The survey provides vital feedback on the levels of satisfaction amongst students and gives them the opportunity to influence the direction of the university, as Edinburgh seeks to build on the quality of the student experience it offers.
The opinions of our students really matter and can lead to real positive change within the University.
Findings from previous research with students are currently being used to shape ongoing investment in enhancing the student experience.
Improvements that have resulted from student feedback include improvements to libraries, study and social spaces, improved assessment and feedback processes and award-winning peer support initiatives.
NSS results are made publicly available through Unistats to help prospective students make informed decisions on where and what to study.
The Edinburgh Student Experience Survey (ESES) is also now available for completion. This seeks the views of non-final year undergraduates and uses the feedback to shape the future student experience.
This link provides more information on how results from the surveys will be used and how to take part in ESES: