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Programme Level Feedback – Your voice matters


This is an annual opportunity for first and second-year undergraduate students to provide Programme Level Feedback (PLF) on your student experience. Final year undergraduate students complete the National Student Survey (NSS).

By completing the survey, you can help to inspire change as the feedback you provide will help us to make the student experience even better for you and future students. The university has already made a series of changes across campus which have been informed by what you tell us.

When completing the survey, it is useful to think about your whole student experience.  For example, this might include the contribution of specialist technicians, the assistance of library staff, and the input of visiting lecturers and practitioners.

Your voice guides the choices we make.

The feedback you give helps us to learn from the experiences that you have had on the programme you are studying and know what kind of changes will mean the most to you during your time here.

 

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About the survey

For first and second-year undergraduate students, the PLF survey opened on Monday 21 March.

You can access the survey online via the Student Voice Portal, it only takes a few minutes to complete.

The feedback you give will be confidential.

For final year undergraduates, you can complete the National Student Survey (NSS) which is an external survey focused on your whole university experience and runs until Wednesday 30 April.

Please contact us for any further help or questions surveys@dmu.ac.uk.

Posted on Monday 21st March 2022

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