Tell us what you think!
We are keen to hear your thoughts about the programme. Your feedback is very important to us and helps us to make improvements that will benefit you and future students. Here are some of the ways in which you can share your views with us:
- Drop us an email, or, even better, come and talk to us! All teaching staff have regular office hours or you are welcome to email for appointments at other times.
- Talk to your Personal Academic Tutor.
- Tell your Course Rep. They can then convey your views to the Staff Student Liaison Committee, which they will be invited to attend regularly.
- Complete the Module Surveys which are sent via email towards the end of each semester.
- Complete the Mid-Semester Evaluations which we run during PSYC6001, PSYC6002, and PSYC6003. These are great as they permit us to address any concerns quickly while you are still studying that particular module.
- Come along to our Student Experience Discussion Groups, at the end of each semester (details to be advised by email).
Examples of how we have responded to student feedback in the past include:
- Clarifying assessment instructions.
- Adding tutorials to PSYC6128.
- Increasing the use of student activities in teaching.
- Asking lecturers to provide slides in advance on Blackboard where possible.
- Changing the way in which the skills portfolios are submitted for assessment.
- Changing the timing of breaks in long teaching sessions.
- Running Student Experience Discussion Groups.
- Enhancing provision of English language support.
- Running Journal Club.