Published: 15 February 2021
The National Student Survey (NSS) is an assessment of the University by final year students, giving them the chance to have a direct influence on the development of their campus, course and Students’ Union.
The Vice-Chancellor Sir David Bell says: "I want to put the views of students at the heart of all we do at the University of Sunderland. So, listening to what students have to say is very important.
"Completing the NSS is our students' opportunity to let us know what they think about their course, including teaching quality, academic and personal support, and learning resources.
"By taking part, our students will help the University build on areas of strength and improve the student experience."
The survey can be completed in five minutes on a mobile phone, tablet or computer and will be open until Friday 30th April 2021. Find out more by following #WeAreSunLon on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.