Student Pulse Survey FAQs
Student Pulse Survey are your opportunity to tell us what you think about your course. Everything you need to about the surveys is covered below.
The Student Pulse Survey will be introduced across all undergraduate academic programmes over the course of the 2019/20 academic year.
You will be invited to complete the survey from October 2019 onwards depending on the structure of your programme.
Yes. This is the university’s new approach to module evaluation and is your chance to have your say on how your course is going. There will be a transitional period as programmes migrate to the SPS during the 2019/20 academic year.
You will receive a link to the survey via your university email account. The survey can be completed on any mobile device.
Yes. Student responses are scrambled into an anonymous pool of data at the point of collection and so responses cannot be related back to an individual. Links to the survey are personalised so that the correct module names and codes are displayed but this does not jeopardise your anonymity in any way.
Heads of Department will review the anonymised feedback at a programme and module level and may share it with colleagues within the department. The survey administrators (the Student Experience Team) and senior leaders of the University will also have access to the data for the purpose of institutional management reporting.
Yes, your department will provide a response to the feedback received from your group. This will either be in person, via email or posters in your department.