National Student Survey
Why take the survey?
The National Student Survey (NSS) gives you the chance to feedback what you have enjoyed about your time studying at the University of Glasgow and any areas that you feel could be improved. Results from the survey provide valuable and helpful information to prospective students when deciding where to study and it also allows the University to recognise success and areas for development.
How do I complete the NSS?
The survey will take you no more than 10 minutes to complete, and is live from 20 January 2020 until 30 April 2020.
Alternatively, the National Student Survey will be inviting all eligible students by email when the survey opens.
See what previous NSS prize winners have to say
“I decided to complete the NSS Survey because I thought why not! If it can be helpful to other people and I could win a prize then it's a win win in my book."
“I was very happy to complete the NSS Survey because I am very impressed with the quality of teaching. The range of classes is excellent and the teaching staff make students very welcome and take a keen interest in their development.”
“I decided to complete the NSS because it's important that everyone participates to provide an unbiased result to best represent Glasgow.”
“I decided to complete the NSS Survey because it is a great opportunity to get your voice heard. The University has given me a lot over the past 4 years and this survey gave me the chance to express my gratitude and share my experience. On the other hand, as one could imagine, not everything has been perfect. Completing the survey and pointing out the flaws provides room for improvement. If those issues are not brought to light the institution may never get to know about them and they will never get fixed.”
“I decided to complete the NSS survey because the university and medical school have been very supportive through my student career and I have nothing bad to say.”
“I decided to complete the NSS survey as I felt aspects of the course could be improved upon and this would help future students.”