Teaching & Learning


Student voice and surveys

Providing effective ways for students to share 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.

Focus groups, workshops and student representation can all help provide context around results and provide rich insights.

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Student surveys and results

Our institutional survey cycle which reflects the journeys of our students throughout their time at UCL and enables us to make improvements.

The student panel at the UCL Education Conference 2018

Committees and representatives

Students sit on committees at all levels of the institution, shaping education policy and contributing to decision-making. 

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Shape UCL student voice platform

An online platform (powered by Unitu) to help departments and student reps to collect and analyse student feedback in real time, to enable faster improvements to the student experience.


Continuous Module Dialogue

Continuous Module Dialogue is an important part of UCL Student Engagement practice, providing valuable student feedback to departments and faculties on their programmes.


Peer dialogue

Recruit a student quality reviewer, work in groups or be observed by a colleague to develop your teaching and your students’ learning, through Peer Diagloue. Open to all staff who teach and support students' learning at UCL.

Students in a seminar

Gathering further feedback

To really understand the student experience, data is best used in conjunction with insights and knowledge gathered through other forums.