Internal Student Survey off to a great start

Internal Student Survey off to a great start!

After opening on Wednesday 23rd November, the Internal Student Survey (ISS) campaign is off to a great start.

As at 9.30am on Friday 25th November, the University had 3,530 undergraduate student completions, 13% of our total undergraduate eligible students. An additional 541 completions came from our postgraduate students, which is 11% of eligible postgraduates.

So far, the top 5 departments for undergraduate completions are as follows:

  • 40% – Secondary Teacher Education
  • 26% – School of Computing, Maths & Digital Technology
  • 23% – School of Engineering
  • 19% – Primary Teacher Education
  • 17% – School of Tourism, Events & Hospitality Management and Marketing, Operations & Digital Business

 

The top 5 departments for postgraduate completions are as follows:

  • 50% – School of Research, Enterprise & Innovation
  • 29% – Politics & Philosophy
  • 22% – School of Tourism, Events & Hospitality Management
  • 20% – Languages and School of Computing, Maths & Digital Technology
  • 19% – Secondary Teacher Education

 

With just over one week until the ISS closes, here are some top tips to encourage participation:

  • Ask Personal Tutors to encourage students to take part.
  • Speak to your students at the beginning or end of timetabled sessions.
  • Tell your students (and staff) about improvements previously made in your unit or on your course as a result of student feedback. More information about ‘closing the feedback loop’ is available on the CASQE website.
  • Get social – either share the ISS posts from the University Facebook or Twitter accounts or create your own!
  • Ask your course reps if they can remind students to complete the survey.
  • Book computer labs for students to use to complete the survey, if they wish to do so.
  • Don’t forget to remind your students that there is an iPad to be won in a University-wide prize draw!

The online survey is open until 23:59 on Tuesday 6th December for most currently enrolled students on units and courses on taught Manchester Met campus-based programmes (undergraduate and postgraduate). Students can access the survey through MyMMU or via the ISS landing page mmu.ac.uk/iss, where they can find out more information about the survey and FAQs. Please note: the survey is not accessible through Moodle.

If you have any further questions, please get in touch with Rob Baker, Quality Enhancement Manager, on r.baker@mmu.ac.uk

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