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Final year students don't miss your chance to have your say. Take part in the NSS today!


Calling all final year undergraduates! Don't miss your chance to have your say in the National Student Survey (NSS).

The NSS is a national survey of final-year students. It allows you to tell us about your university experience to help us make improvements and keep on doing what works. We need to hear your honest views about your course, and your experience of the services and support at the University of Wolverhampton. 

The survey is open until Tuesday 30 April. Please take a few minutes to complete it at 

As a thank you for your time, eligible entrants will be entered into a free prize drawer to win one of ten £50 vouchers, and a £2 charitable donation will be made on your behalf to student minds

Participation is optional, and your feedback is anonymous.

Why take part? 

Your feedback counts. When students respond to the NSS, we listen. You can check out some of the ways the University has responded to student feedback previously at

NSS results are also publicly available on the Discover Uni undergraduate course search and are used to feed into guides such as The Student Room. Anyone considering higher education in the UK can find out what students like you thought about any course, to help them decide what to study and where. 

Who should take part?

The survey is open to mostly final-year undergraduate students. But if you're not sure, don't worry - eligible students are being contacted directly by Ispos who are conducting the survey, and your course leader will also encourage you to take part. 

Remember, it’s really important that you can answer with your honest opinion. No one should be trying to influence you to answer in a particular way. If you're worried, this guide will help you understand more about inappropriate influence, and it has details about how to report it.


For more information please contact the Corporate Communications Team.

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