by Stephen Curry
Through the National Student Survey, our final year students have the opportunity now to give their views on their entire experience of being a student at Imperial College and we would very much like to encourage them to do so.
The organisation of the NSS means that unless at least 50% our our students complete the survey, the results from our department will not be included in the published report and so will be disregarded. So it’s crucial that we at least cross that threshold. But even more importantly, we would very much like to have the views of every single student in the final year. The Students Union has a very good blogpost explaining the importance of the NSS.
You have now been here for three or four or five years and I’m sure you will have plenty of opinions on your experiences at the College. I hope many of those experiences were positive. But in the real world not everything always goes to plan so there will have been downsides as well.
For the survey to be really meaningful, we need honest returns on the positive and negative aspects of your time here. We need to know what worked well for you and also about those areas where improvement is required.
Please help us to help future students by filling in the survey as candidly as you can.