Student feedback and surveys

Your input is very important and helps us plan for the future.

2021 Wellbeing Survey

Tell us how you are feeling by completing the 2021 Wellbeing Survey. Let us and Bristol SU know how we can continue to support you by sharing your experience of the last year.

The results of the from previous wellbeing surveys have helped shape the Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy (PDF 5.45 Mb) which outlines the work we are doing to support you and make changes that benefit your experience.

The survey is open until 23 May 2021 and takes roughly 15 minutes to complete.

Take the 2021 Wellbeing survey

National Student Survey

Final years, have your say! Take the National Student Survey (NSS) and reflect on your time at Bristol - let us know what’s gone well and what could be better. With your feedback, we make real changes to the student experience and the data helps prospective students choose where to study.

The NSS is now open until the end of April 2021. It is commissioned by the Office for Students and conducted by Ipsos MORI, an independent research agency. Because the survey is carried out in the public interest, your contact details will be transferred to Ipsos MORI for the purpose of the NSS only.

All the data are held in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018. Your responses will be anonymous. More information on this can be found on the NSS website.

You'll be contacted by Ipsos MORI, so please keep an eye on your emails. If you don’t respond you'll receive periodic follow-up communications by email, text and phone. Once you’ve completed the survey you will not be contacted again; you can also opt out of the survey at any time.

Take the NSS survey

Have your say through the Bristol Students' Union

Education Network

The Education Network provides a platform for students to come together and discuss academic issues and priorities. Find out how to get involved.

Student reps

Bristol SU supports a network of around 600 reps who look out for you on issues around your course, your wellbeing and your experience. Find out more.

See how you make a difference

See how taking part in surveys, workshops and focus groups has already made an impact.

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