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    National Student Survey (NSS)

    What is the NSS?

    Commissioned independently by the Office for Students (OfS), The National Student Survey (NSS) is organised for final-year, undergraduate students between January – April each year.

    Conducted 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.

    Message from your Students' Union President

    Charity Donations

    To thank students for taking time to complete the National Student Survey (NSS), Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) and Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES), the University donated £5 to charity for every student who completed the surveys this year. The charities, chosen by students in collaboration with MDXSU Raise and Give - a society of students who raise money for charities throughout the year, are:

    A total of £15,340 was raised in 2019/20.

    • NSS activities

    Take part on-campus

    This year, the University has run "Your Impact" celebrations in the Quad, from Monday 27 - Friday 31 January. Each day we celebrated a different aspect of Your Impact across the University’.

    Post-class completion sessions

    Your Programme team organised an opportunity for you to complete the survey before or after one of your timetabled classes. They completion sessions were optional, but all students were encouraged to attend.

    Your impact >

    Actions taken in response to feedback from student surveys, such as NSS, will be discussed at the Programme Voice Groups. See what changes we've been making.

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