Have your say!
Have your say!
No one knows the University of Glasgow better than you, so your opinions about being a UofG student are really important.
We listen to the feedback you give us, and we’re keen to hear what we have done well and what we can improve on in future.
Share your feedback and help us to make our student experience even better!
Don't miss out: Check your emails and watch out for an orange 'My Surveys' box in MyGlasgow.
See the impact of your feedback: You Said, We Did!
A warmer welcome for students
We have improved Induction and Orientation support for new students, introducing apps for New Student Welcome and Timetable & Roomfinder.
Investment in learning spaces
We invest £1.5m every year across the campus to improve the student experience, including the recent upgrade to Boyd Orr LT1 & 2 and the introduction of Technology-Enhanced Active Learning (TEAL) spaces.
Enriched student experience at Kelvin Hall
Our collections-based postgraduate programmes are now delivered in new research and teaching labs, seminar rooms and conference suite at Kelvin Hall.
New café and study space at Garscube
The Mary Stewart Building, a dynamic new space on campus, provides a flexible study/café facility, as seminar room and ten tutorial rooms.
£10m spend on sport facilities
We’ve extended our facilities to provide the best strength and conditioning facility in Scotland, the highest spec Lifefitness equipment, and indoor cycling studio and up to 100 classes per week.
More students go abroad
Our long and established international exchange programme allows many of our students to see the world whilst studying for their degree with our 275 worldwide partners.
New Library study spaces created
We have invested significantly in improving our library, most recently spending over £3.5m to redevelop Levels 1 and 2 to create 240 new spaces for group and individual study.
National Student Survey (NSS)
Issued: Annually, January - April
Eligibilty: Final year Undergraduate students
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction on various aspects of your course, including teaching, academic support, learning resources, student voice and other
How to take part: Check your inbox for emails from IPSOS Mori or visit www.glasgow.ac.uk/nss for more information
Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES)
Issued: Every 2 years, March - May
Eligibilty: Postgraduate Research students
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction on such aspects of your courses as: supervision, resources, research community, progress & assessment and skills & professional development
Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES)
Issued: Annually, March - June
Eligibilty: Postgraduate Taught students
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction on such aspects as: learning and teaching, assessment and feedback, skills development and overall satisfaction
How to take part: Check your inbox for emails from Central Surveys (the University’s survey team). Access the survey via MyGlasgow Student Portal > My Surveys box.
Student Life Survey
Issued: Annually, March - May
Eligibilty: Undergraduate students in years 1 - 3/4 (excluding final year)
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction on degree programme organisation and time management, learning and teaching, the Library, travel arrangements, Student Services and other aspects of the student experience
How to take part: Check your inbox for emails from Central Surveys (the University’s survey team) and click on the link in your email to complete the survey
Issued: Annually, October - November
Eligibility: New Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught students (Home, RUK and EU only)
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction levels on applying to the University through to start of your course
If you are eligible for the survey, you will receive an email inviting you to participate. You will access the Welcome Survey via “My Surveys” link on the MyGlasgow Student portal.
The survey will only take a short time to complete and your answers will be kept confidential.
On completion, you will be entered into a prize draw:
- 1st prize - £500
- Runner up prize - £50 (5 places)
The survey will be open until 30 November 2018.
International Student Barometer (ISB)
Issued: Annually, November
Eligibilty: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught International students
Purpose: Rate your satisfaction on various aspects of your teaching experience - ranging from the application process to your arrival at the University, to learning and living experience
Graduate Outcomes Survey
Issued: To graduates 15 months after graduation.
Eligibility: All Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research graduates.
Purpose: To capture the activities and perspectives of graduates. Your experiences will be used to inspire future graduates, and will help the University to evaluate and promote its programmes.
You will receive an email approximately 15 months after graduation inviting you to complete the survey online. You may also be contacted by telephone and asked to complete the survey over the phone.