National Student Survey (NSS)
| What is the National Student Survey?|
The National Student Survey (NSS) is an annual survey of undergraduates across the UK. It is commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England and is conducted by an independent body, Ipsos-Mori.
The Survey consists of 27 questions grouped into a number of categories with space at the end for free text comments. All responses are anonymised.
| When is the National Student Survey 2017?|
The National Student Survey 2017 is running Monday 16 January to Sunday 30 April 2017.
| What happens to the results?|
This annual survey gives final year students the opportunity to reflect on their time at King’s. In combination with feedback on individual modules and through such mechanisms as course representatives, module evaluation, student-staff committees and KCLSU, your NSS feedback is invaluable in providing the College with information in order to improve the learning and living experience for current and future students.
The results are also made public. Prospective students, their advisors and the public can view NSS results at Unistats.com http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/ from September 2017.
| Actions taken as a result of student feedback|
Developing your study techniques
- Extended library hours: Additional funding has ensured that the Maughan Library was open over Christmas and New Year (as well as the Franklin Wilkins Library, which has been open during that time in the past last three years).
Improving your IT
- Use PC Free to find the nearest available computers on campus
- All King's students can now get free Microsoft Office 365 licences !
- We have improved Wi-Fi availability and are working to improve access further
- Technicians at Tech Bars are available to help you with Windows and Apple computers at Waterloo and Guy’s Campuses
- IT Desks can be found at the Maughan, Franklin Wilkins Building and IoPPN Libraries
Promoting positive student wellbeing
- ‘Time to Change’ - King's pledged to take action to reduce mental health discrimination.
- ‘Take Time Out’ - King's ran a campaign to enhance the health and wellbeing of it's students during exam times.
Making your life easier
- It's your campus - book rooms free of charge.
- Tastes good. Food fit for all including vegetarian, vegan, Halal and Kosher food.
- Choose how you pay: ApplePay is now accepted at main food outlets
- ChargeBox®: free secure charging.
Thinking about your career