Student voice and surveys
Providing appropriate ways for students to share their views on their experience is a crucial starting point for creating a better education.
Surveys can be a useful tool for gathering the views of our students and looking at trends from year to year.
They often provide a starting point for further conversations and an opportunity to explore topics in more depth.
Beyond collecting data through a large-scale survey, focus groups, workshops and student representation can all help provide context around results and provide rich insights.
Our institutional survey cycle which reflects the journeys of our students throughout their time at UCL and enables us to make improvements.
Students sit on committees at all levels of the institution, shaping education policy and contributing to decision-making.
To really understand in more depth what’s driving student feedback, data is best used in conjunction with insights and knowledge gathered through other forums.
Early Module Feedback Questionnaires can help you gather and respond to student feedback early in Term One, 2020-21.
Ensuring all departments have an online Student Evaluation Questionnaire (SEQ) tool for module evaluation in 2020-21.
Staff guidance to help improve student participation in online module evaluations.