At the University of Aberdeen we care about what you think and encourage you to provide us feedback. We want to know your thoughts on your experiences at the University including teaching, assessment and the facilities. Once we have collected feedback we use it to try to improve your experience of university life.
There are five keys ways the University collects your feedback:
- Student Course Evaluation Form (SCEF): an opportunity to provide written feedback on a specific course including both teaching and assessment aspects.
- Academic Representatives: responsible for listening & talking to the students in their class, representing their opinions and views to the University staff and passing information back to their colleagues and AUSA via the Staff - Student Liaison Committee.
- Student - Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC): attended by Class reps, School representatives and Heads of School and a platform for discussing student feedback.
- Student Barometer Survey: help the University improve its services to you by sending us your feedback on your student experience here at Aberdeen. We need to know what our students like and also what you don't like. This information will help us look for ways to improve and how we might do things differently in the future. It's all part of delivering a better experience for you and future students.
In addition to these internal methods for collecting feedback, if you are in your final year of study, we actively encourage you to complete the National Student Survey (NSS), which runs from the end of January to the end of April each year.