Undergraduate Student Experience Surveys
Final year undergraduate survey
The National Student Survey (NSS) gives final year undergraduates the opportunity to give their opinions on what they liked about their time at the University, as well as things that they felt could have been improved.
To see the results data from previous National Student Surveys, please see the Student Experience section of Data and Reports (staff access only).
Non-final year undergraduate survey
The Have Your Say survey (Internal Student Survey) gives non-final year undergraduates the same opportunity.
To see the results data from previous Have Your Say surveys (Internal Student Surveys), please see the Student Experience section of Data and Reports (staff access only).
Postgraduate Student Experience Surveys
Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)
April saw the launch of the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey. This is run by The University of Northampton in partnership with the Higher Education Academy. The aim of the survey is to identify areas where improvements could be made, both within The University of Northampton and nationally, to the provision of taught postgraduate degree programmes for the benefit of future students.
To participate in the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, eligible students will receive a personal email inviting them to take part. Full instructions and a link to the survey will be included in this email.
To see the results data from previous Postgraduate Taught Experience surveys, please see the Student Experience section of Data and Reports (staff access only).
To see last year's national PTES results, please visit: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/resources/detail/postgraduate/PTES_2011_report.
Outcomes from previous surveys
To see what the University has done to improve the student experience in response to previous surveys, please visit the previous survey outcomes page.
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