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Student Transition Survey - first years have your say

The Student Transition Survey 2019 is now open for first year undergraduates to complete.

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First year undergraduates - it’s your chance to reflect on your first few months at NTU by taking part in the Student Transition Survey. The survey runs from Monday 25 February to Friday 15 March, so complete it now!

The results of the survey will help to shape developments across the University such as the Student Dashboard, learning and teaching, and support for students. This will in turn help improve the experience for both you and future students.

Your feedback was used to design the CERT Student Mentors pilot, and in the last year, helped us to expand the scheme to students across the University. It shaped the new Student Dashboard launched in 2018, allowing you to respond directly to comments on the Dashboard and see more detail about your attendance. Your voice is being heard in amending and updating the University tutorial policy, which helps more students succeed at Nottingham Trent.

This year, your views will inform the future direction of the Dashboard, help us to support you both in tutorials and outside of the classroom, develop the CERT student mentors scheme, and contribute to our research project that aims to understand how to identify and help those most at risk of failing or dropping out at University.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete online and all responses are strictly confidential.

Prize draw

Upon completing the survey you’ll get the chance to enter into a prize draw to win a £100 Amazon voucher. Two runners up will also receive a £50 Amazon voucher each.*

How to complete the survey

Visit the Student Transition Survey webpage for more information and to complete the survey before 15 March 2019.

* No alternatives will be offered - decisions made by Nottingham Trent University will be final. Winners will be notified by email on 18 March 2019.

Published on 25 February 2019
  • Category: Current students