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National Student Survey now open

Share your #LivUniMemories with us by taking part in the National Student Survey – we want to know what you have loved about your time with us and how we can improve.

To say thank you for taking part in the survey, we'll donate £1 to the Guild's four annual charities on your behalf and we'll also enter you into our weekly prize draw. This week, you could win an Alton Towers trip for four!

Each week there's a new prize:

- 17 Feb: 1 day 2020 passes for Alton Towers for four people

- 24 Feb: JVC 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Amazon Alexa

- 2 Mar: Harry Potter Studio Tour for two people

- 9 Mar: £100 supermarket voucher of your choice

- 16 Mar: Xbox One S All Digital Console with Fortnite and two other games

- 23 Mar: £150 Flightgift card

- 30 Mar: Beats by Dre Solo 3 wireless headphones

- 6 Apr: Sony PlayStation 4 Console and Fortnite Neo Versa bundle

- 13 Apr: University of Liverpool hoody and t-shirt

- 20 Apr: £100 ODEON Cinemas gift card

- 27 Apr: Bose Soundlink Colour II wireless portable speaker

- 1 May: £150 Love2Shop voucher

How do I take part in the National Student Survey?

Once you've entered into the prize draw, you'll remain in the draw until the survey closes at the end of April. That means that the earlier you complete the survey and enter the draw, the more likely you are to win a prize.

If you are eligible to take part (final year undergraduate student), you can complete the survey by visiting our National Student Survey webpages or by following the link you received to your University email account. Don't worry – your feedback is completely anonymous.

Why should I take part?

Your views are important. Every year we use your feedback to make improvements at the University. In the past, we have used your feedback to make printing cheaper, to introduce lecture-recording technology and to develop new teaching facilities, like the 502 Teaching Hub.

What is the National Student Survey?

The National Student Survey, which is conducted annually, is aimed at final year undergraduate students. It is commissioned by the Office for Students (OfS) and administered by independent research agency Ipsos MORI, and is part of a quality assurance system to generate more detailed information about teaching quality.

For more information about the survey, please visit the National Student Survey webpage.

Laura Mallaber
Communications and Public Affairs