The National Student Survey (NSS) offers final-year undergraduates the opportunity to give feedback about their university experience. The survey launches at Surrey on 6 February and takes just five to ten minutes to fill in.
...so when you complete the survey, you can claim a £4.00 voucher from the Student Services Centre from 6 February onwards.
Yes, it's that easy!
You should automatically receive a confirmation email after you complete the survey.
Email email@example.com if you have not received a confirmation email stating your name, university and URN.
(N.B. We only accept confirmation emails as proof of completion. Screenshots of the survey end page will not be accepted.)
Show your confirmation email and campus ID card to staff in the Student Services Centre.
You will receive a £4.00 voucher.
How to find the Student Services Centre
Students on work placements or weekend courses
Send a copy of your confirmation email with your postal address and URN to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to the address below.
All student feedback is appreciated at Surrey, and we use it to enhance the student experience, improving everything from SurreyLearn to teaching facilities. Here are just a few of the changes we’ve made in response to student feedback.
Together we made it happen…and with your help we can further enhance student learning opportunities.
This is your opportunity to give your honest feedback on the quality of your course throughout your time at Surrey. You’ll be helping prospective students make the right choice of where and what to study. Survey results will also be used by the University and the Student’s Union to help improve the student experience.
The survey is run by Ipsos MORI – an independent research agency.
Responses to the survey are strictly confidential, and all responses are anonymised before they are shared with the institution to ensure individuals cannot be identified.
You are eligible for the NSS if you are a final-year undergraduate or are on a flexible part-time programme. If your final year cannot be easily predicted, you will be surveyed during your fourth year of study. If you were due to be in your final year in 2017, but have withdrawn or are repeating your penultimate year, you are also eligible to take part.