Want to have your say about studying at Kent Business School while doing your bit for charity?
The National Student Survey 2021 is now open and it is your chance to tell us what we are doing right and what we can improve on.
Running from Monday 8 February until Monday 30 April 2021, the National Student Survey (NSS) offers final year undergraduates the chance to give their honest opinions about studying at KBS and the University of Kent, completely anonymously.
Get Involved, Give Back
This year there is an even bigger reason to send us your feedback. For every KBS student who fills in the survey, we will donate £2 to Kent’s largest charity of homeless and vulnerable people, Porchlight.
To access the survey and your personal link, all eligible students will receive an email from independent market researchers, IPSOS Mori, on 11 February 2021.
Eligible students can access the survey before receiving their invite (and find out more) by going to www.thestudentsurvey.com.
Why is the NSS Important?
Quite simply, it helps to inform change. Surveys in recent years have enabled us to listen to our students and respond.
Here are some examples of how we acted on survey results from previous years:
- We added more computer rooms and study areas around campus.
- We developed our transport and leisure facilities between sites and in the local area.
- Student common rooms and halls were revamped, resulting in Turing College being recognised as one of the best halls in the UK.
So what are you waiting for? Fill in your NSS survey today!
This survey is a task carried out in the public interest; your contact details have been transferred to Ipsos MORI for the purpose of the NSS only.
Personal data is held in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. All your responses will remain strictly anonymous and at no point will you be identified to us. Any personally identifiable data will be securely deleted by Ipsos MORI after the survey closes and will not be shared with any third parties.