National Student Survey 2018 is now open

National Student Survey 2018

 
The National Student Survey (NSS) is now open for finalists (Level 6 students) at Pearson Business School until 30 April 2018. It only takes 5 to 10 minutes to complete and your input will ensure that your opinion counts. 

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What's the NSS about?

This survey is only for final year undergraduates, as you’re best placed to reflect on your time here, so we welcome your honest feedback so we can listen to your views. It’s important for you to have your say – this is your chance to voice your opinion about your experience studying at Pearson College London. The results help us to evaluate the quality of the teaching and assessment on your course, the quality of your learning resources and the level of support you’ve received – your opinion really does matter to us.

How do I take part in the NSS?

Good question! You'll be contacted by Ipsos MORI, the independent agency that are running the survey, via email during the week beginning 5 February 2018 and they'll send you the details. Complete the survey as early as possible... as you’re all trailblazers, we know you won’t want to be the last in line!

What happens to the results of the NSS?

The results are intended to help future students decide where to study. They help to ensure that universities are achieving the high standards they set for themselves. All responses are treated as strictly confidential, and no personally identifiable information is available to anyone at Pearson College London. The results will be published on unistats.com in the summer. The more students respond, the more reliable the results.

How has the NSS and my feedback made a difference?

  • You wanted a bespoke space exclusively for Pearson College London students. We moved into our state-of-the-art new Midtown campus.
  • You wanted to set up an incubator inside Pearson Business School. We facilitated a new, student-led incubator programme, starting in January 2017.
  • You wanted assessment briefings released sooner and clarity around when you will receive your results each term. We appointed Alphonse de Kluyver as Head of Assessments over the summer.
  • You wanted the communication across the College to be improved. We moved Student Services (previously Registry) into the new premises with a reception desk.
  • You wanted to participate in lectures in real-time remotely. We introduced live webcasting for the Spring 2016 term.
  • You wanted increased quality of audio in lecture recordings when group activity is involved. We now offer alternative lecture recordings, for lectures with increased group activity.