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Student Experience Survey

Student Experience Survey 2012/13

We are always looking at ways we can improve the overall experience at Durham University.

One of those ways is by getting your feedback on how the last year has gone. If we know what was useful or indeed, anything that was not, we can look at how we do things differently in the future. It's all part of delivering a better experience for future students. Call it good karma.


We're all ears

We're committed to making sure that every student voice is heard which is why we hope you'll take ten minutes out of your day to tell us what you think. As a thank you for completing our Durham University Student, you can choose to enter your name into a prize Experience Survey draw to win an iPad. Not bad going for a few minutes of your time. And it's really easy to fill in with simple click-boxes. 

 So go on, what have you got to lose?

 

Feedback now

To complete the survey, you will need to log in using your ITS username and password. This is so that you can receive survey questions appropriate to your college or society, and to prevent accidental double submissions. Your answers will be strictly confidential and cannot be personally associated with you, so please be as honest as you can.

The 2013 Student Experience Survey

Win an iPad!

To show just how important your feeback is to us, one entry will be chosen at random and the lucky person will win a new iPad.

There are also prizes for the Colleges submitting the highest percentage of surveys, so by completing and returning your entry you could help to win up to £500 for your college, with £200 going to the runner up!

iPad

2013 Survey

  1. St Chad's College: 62.3%
  2. Hatfield College: 58.6%
  3. St John's College: 35.8%
  4. Ustinov College: 35.4%
  5. St Mary's College: 33.6%
  6. Josephine Butler College: 27.3%
  7. Collingwood College: 20.4%
  8. Trevelyan College: 19.4%
  9. Grey College: 18.3%
  10. University College: 18.1%
  11. George Stephenson College: 18.1%
  12. John Snow College: 17.8%
  13. Van Mildert College: 14.8%
  14. St Aidan's College: 12.9%
  15. St Cuthbert's Society: 12.5%
  16. College of St Hild & St Bede: 12.1%