The National Student Survey goes live on 21 January 2013. All final year students in the university will be emailed by the organisers (Ipsos MORI) requesting them to fill in the survey. The survey remains open until April 2013.
The School of History and Anthropology encourages all students to fill in the survey. More students participating means more reliable results.
The Survey is important because the results are used by the university to help identify areas where it is doing well or where there is room for improvement. This means a better learning experience for future generations of students.
The results of the NSS are also used to compile university league tables such as that published by the Sunday Times.
For more information see www.thestudentsurvey.com where you can also access the youtube presentation entitled National Student Survey (NSS) 2011 Video.
2012 NSS Results:
Social Anthropology (SH) - http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/subjects/satisfaction/10005343-SAN-BA-S