Have your say on your course and the University at thestudentsurvey.com.
Conducted independently by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), The National Student Survey (NSS) is organised for final-year, undergraduate students between January – April each year.
Managed independently by Ipsos MORI, the survey is completely anonymous, and the results will highlight what we're doing right at Middlesex, as well as identifying the areas where you think we could improve.
It gives you the chance to let future students know about your university experience. It takes a few minutes to complete and lets you show the world how you value your programme and university experience.
If you’re not eligible to complete the NSS this year, find out how else you can provide feedback.
Watch MDX Vice-Chancellor Tim Blackman discussing the NSS and why your feedback matters.
To thank students for taking time to complete the survey, we are donating £5 to charity for every student who completes the survey this year.
The charities have been chosen by students in collaboration with MDXSU Raise and Give - a society of students who raise money for charities throughout the year. The charities are the Royal Free Charity (Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital), Rethink Mental Illness and The Malala Fund.
You will be able to choose which charity should receive the £5 donation - either by voting in the Quad, or emailing email@example.com with your choice. Please note that we can only donate to one of the three chosen charities above.
Come along to Quad to take part in our Engage in Change week, from Monday 28th January – Friday 1st February. Each day we’ll be celebrating a different aspect of change across the University, where you can learn more about how you can change yourself, the University and the world.
You'll also be able to complete the survey in our NSS lounge, which will be in the Quad during the week commencing Monday 28th January.
Middlesex University utilises your student feedback to make improvements to your student experience. You can view many examples of this within our Your Impact section of UniHub.