We value what you have to say about your experience at Middlesex.
While you can no longer feedback in person, we strongly encourage you all to make use of your Student Voice Leader as a way to raise any issues, positives, or general feedback that you have. For example, how are your online lectures going? Are you having an issues getting the support you need right now? Positive or negative feedback welcome.
If you’re not sure who your Student Voice Leader is, then you can find contact details within the programme space within My Learning.
There are many different ways to provide feedback on your experience
At different points in your programme, you'll be asked to complete a survey for each of your modules. They only take a few minutes of your time but can end up making a huge difference to how your course is taught.
Postgraduate students also have a chance to share their learning and teaching experience. either though the PG Taught or the PG Research experience survey:
Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) – will open from 8 February to 14 May 2021 for taught postgraduate students.
Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) – open from 8 February to 14 May 2021 for research postgraduate students'
To ensure we deliver the best for students, we'll also ask you to take part in surveys about our facilities and support services throughout the year so watch out for those.
At the start of each academic year, you'll be able to elect a Student Voice Leader to represent your year of your course. These elected student representatives will then attend Programme Voice Groups. Raise any issues or feedback with your Student Voice Leader, so they can accurately represent your views to academic staff. You can find out who your Student Voice Leader is by logging in to the MDXSU website.
You can also provide feedback to the full-time officers of the Students’ Union through their online Ideas for Change feature.