The National Student Survey (NSS) is a survey of final year undergraduate students studying higher education in the UK.
Students' unions have access to their individual institutional data and use the NSS results to gauge student opinion, support your campaigns, identify best practice and look at areas for change and action and compare and contrast student opinion at a local and national level.
This hub aims to guide you thorugh using and promting the NSS and the following sections should provide you with initial help and support.
Accessing and Using Your Results
HE in FE
Promoting the Survey
The NSS Newsflash
Don’t forget that:
Students unions can access detailed results from the NSS including student comments on the NSS results website which can be found at www.ipsos-mori.com/nss/results . To access this website, you will need to obtain a username and password by contacting us at NUS at firstname.lastname@example.org
NUS have produced a Feedback and Assessment campaign toolkit for students’ unions, looking particularly on how to formulate effective campaigns on these issues. Each HE Students’ Union and association will receive have received on but more details can be downloaded from the Learning and Teaching Hub.