National Student Survey 2014
There's still time for final-year undergraduate students to complete the independent National Student Survey and give views about the University of Edinburgh.
The National Student Survey (NSS) gathers opinions from final-year undergraduates across the UK about the quality of their courses and their student experience.
The survey has been conducted by Ipsos MORI annually since 2005, and asks students provide honest feedback on what it has been like to study their course at their institution.
Complete your survey
NSS is open until 30 April 2014 and takes less than five minutes to complete.
This video explains more about the National Student Survey, the information it collects, and what happens to the data.
What we do with the findings
The survey has been conducted by Ipsos MORI annually since 2005, and asks final year undergraduates to provide honest feedback on what it has been like to study their course at their institution.
From the School’s perspective, the results tell us the issues that matter to our students and provide us with constructive feedback we can act on, wherever we can.
Feedback provided by students in previous years has created a legacy of improvements for current undergraduates including:
How we use the findings in the College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine
What matters to you?
The views of all students, undergraduate and postgraduate, are equally important to the School and University.
The Student Surveys section gives details about other surveys and ways to share your views with the University all year round.