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The Module Level Feedback survey begins on Monday 16 March

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Your opinions are essential to help us to provide every student with the best possible education and enable you to gain skills to stand out in an increasingly competitive jobs market. 

The Module Level Feedback (MLF) survey, which begins on Monday 16 March, is for a wide range of current undergraduate and post-graduate taught students.

If you’re eligible, you’ll receive an email with a link to fill it in online. The message will come from DMUsurveys ( with the subject Module Level Feedback survey.

The feedback you give us via the MLF helps us to meet your needs at module level as well as programme level. It lets us know what kind of enhancements will mean the most to you during your time here. 

Positive changes based on your feedback

Your feedback guides the choices we make. As part of the #loveDMU initiative, the university has made a series of enhancements across campus which have been informed by what our students tell us. Visit our #loveDMU webpages to find out about the many changes we’ve made in response to student feedback.

How to take the survey

The MLF survey is simple to fill in and will only take a few minutes.

The questions ask you to evaluate your teaching and learning experience on a five-point scale from ‘Definitely Agree’ to ‘Definitely Disagree’ and they cover the following topics:

  • Teaching
  • The learning environment
  • Learning outcomes
  • Assessment and feedback
  • Organisation and management
  • Learning resources
  • Overall learning/educational experience

You’ll have the opportunity to tell us about a module’s best aspects, what can be improved or what should be changed. Use this chance to share your thoughts with us and to reflect on your whole experience.

All feedback is anonymous, so please be constructive, courteous and honest. To retain anonymity, don’t refer to yourself in any way that could identify you

If you have any specific academic or personal issues that you wish to raise, please discuss them your faculty’s Student Advice Centre or personal tutor, rather than via the MLF.

There will be further important guidance in the MLF survey invitation email on how to provide your feedback. We look forward to receiving your views. 

Check out our video below and check your inboxes for the survey email.

Posted on: Wednesday 11 March 2020

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