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Earn £20 voucher by telling us about the UCL student journey

5 February 2020

Students are invited to take part in a 'Student Journey Mapping' workshop to help UCL improve the undergraduate and postgraduate experiences.

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Take part in a UCL student journey workshop

UCL is always looking at ways to improve the student experience. We are working with external partners to better understand students' journeys on UCL undergraduate and master’s programmes. 
 
We will be holding a series of interactive “Student Journey Mapping” workshops exploring what works well, and where we might improve the UCL student experience. We will use different activities to cover everything from induction right through to examinations, exploring how well UCL services work for you.

These workshops are part of a wider project that places improving the student experience at the heart of UCL’s vision and strategy. This includes ensuring that all students have the best support, facilities and opportunities at UCL. To do this, we want to better understand the different experiences of UCL students

Feedback you provide will be presented to the university senior staff, so it’s a great way to get your views on your experience at UCL heard and contribute to improvements to the student experience. 

Free voucher and lunch

Lunch will be provided at the workshop, and all students who take part will be able to choose between a “Restaurant Choice” card (to be used in Nando’s, Pizza Express and YO! Sushi etc.) or a Waterstones voucher, worth £20. 

Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Venues will be confirmed via email.  
 

Register for a workshop

Choose a workshop: 

  • Workshop 1: 1pm- 4pm, Wednesday, 12 February 2020 (Undergraduate and master’s students)

  • Workshop 2: 1pm- 4pm, Thursday, 13 February 2020 (Undergraduate and master’s students)

  • Workshop 3: 1pm- 4pm, Monday, 24 February 2020 (Undergraduate students only)

  • Workshop 4: 1pm- 4pm, Tuesday, 25 February 2020 (Master’s students only)

    If you have any questions, contact workshop lead, Lizzy O'Shea.