Student feedback

At UWE Bristol one of our goals is to ensure that our students have the best experience possible. Listening and responding to the student voice is vital and we take student engagement very seriously. We gather student feedback in a number of ways and we view students as active participants in their learning, engaging them to work with us in developing their experience.

Student surveys

Your feedback helps shape your University. Each year, you will have the opportunity to feedback on your student experience via student surveys, providing us with vital information needed to keep improving your courses and services.

What happens with the feedback we collect?

Data from surveys is supplemented with the information we receive through student reps, as well as local level feedback such as module feedback forms. The University then uses this information to address the points you raise, and results are shared through student reps and The Students' Union at UWE.

Help and advice

If you are having problems accessing the survey relevant to you or have other questions about the surveys and how they are run, please email the Student Partnership team at studentpartnership@uwe.ac.uk.

Remember, if things are not living up to your expectations you can contact us anytime via Twitter or by contacting your Student Rep.

Student Reps

Student Reps play a vital role in representing students' academic interests. The Student Rep system is run in partnership between UWE Bristol and The Students’ Union at UWE. Each year there are around 1,000 Student Reps elected from every level of every programme to champion the student voice.

If you would like to get more involved giving feedback on a number of different areas please contact studentreps@uwe.ac.uk

Submit an idea

An idea is anything you think that The Students' Union at UWE can and should be doing. Take a look at the animation below to find out more.

Student Ideas

Take a look at this short animation created by a former UWE student that talks about putting forward your ideas to help make changes in the Student Ideas process.

Module feedback

Students now have the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback on their modules.