National Student Survey (NSS) 2019
We're inviting final year students to take the NSS
Bernard Aidoo Cecilia Oyugi
Ron Cambridge Sarah Illingworth
What is the NSS?
The NSS is an annual survey for all final year students in the UK, which is conducted by Ipsos Mori on behalf of the Office for Students. The survey invites you to answer questions on the key aspects of your course, so now is the time to reflect back on the last three years of your experience.
We’re launching our survey on 4 February and we’re inviting you to complete it over London Met’s NSS fortnight, 4-15 February.
Most of you, in your final year of undergraduate study, are eligible. As well as this, students who originally expected to graduate in 2019 but have changed years or courses will be surveyed this year.
What do I have to do?
Ipsos Mori will invite you, by email, to complete the survey on 7 February. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete on a PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet. (You can also complete the survey over the telephone, if Ipsos Mori calls you, but you won’t be able to enter the prize draw.)
From 11 February to 30 April, Ipsos Mori does follow up with students who haven’t completed the survey so, to swerve that, we invite you to complete the survey during NSS fortnight.
What’s in it for me?
By registering for the survey, you can enter London Met’s free prize draw to win:
- 1 x £1000 cash
- 1 x £500 cash
- 2 x £100 cash
- 3 x £50 cash
- 5 x £300 graduation packages
Did we mention you could win ONE THOUSAND POUNDS?!
The prize draw is administered by Ipsos Mori, who will notify the University of the 12 students selected.
The winners will be invited to attend the prize draw ceremony itself on 14 May.
Winners' names will be shared via London Met communication channels.
Your details will not be passed on to anyone outside London Met University, Ipsos Mori and the Office for Students.
We may contact winners in the future for quality control purposes.
Take our lunch-time workshops
As you’re now in the final months of your undergraduate course, we know that you’re about to enter an important transition phase. We want to support you as you leave London Met and so we’ve set up some confidence building workshops for you:
1-2pm on Monday 4 February at Aldgate – book here: Aldgate event
1-2pm on Tuesday 5 February at Holloway - book here: Holloway event
1-2pm on Monday 7 February at Moorgate – book here: Moorgate event
There are also some Careers Masterclasses to support you: everything you need to know covered in less than two hours!
12.00 -1.50pm Thursday 7 February - book here: Holloway event
12.00- 1.50pm Tuesday 12 February - book here: Holloway event
Thursday 14 February 12.00-1.50pm Moorgate
12.00-12.30: CVs &Cover Letters, 12.40- 1.10: Application Forms , 1.20-1.50: Interviews
Book your place at www.londonmet.ac.uk/careersevents