Your voice

If you'd like to find out more about student voice and being a class rep, check out the London Metropolitan Students' Union website that has a handy guide on Student Voice

Students can find their specific module & course action plans, which are based on student feedback by looking on Weblearn.

If you can't find them please contact your lecturers or Course Leader who can provide this for you. 

Each year final, year students are surveyed not just internally, but externally by completing the National Student Survey (NSS)

Have a look at the most recent results. The University composes a full report back to students in term one of the following academic year and this page will link to this when published.

The Student Experience Survey (SES) is a survey for all students to let us know how you have found your learning experience on your module so far.  Your responses to the survey are the foundation to all the decisions that we make at London Met, how we make our changes and what improvements we are going to make. Last academic year, we received feedback on 955 modules from a total of 1005 modules (95.3% of modules) and you let us know the following:

  • 83.3% of you said the teaching on your module is engaging and supports your learning;
  • 85.1% of you said that academic staff had been available for you to contact when you needed them;
  • and 84.4% of you said that the timetable for your module works well for you.

The next Student Experience Survey will go live on 28 February and end on 11 March. You will receive an email with your personal link to complete the survey.

There are many other opportunities for you to comment on your student experience throughout the year. Please use our feedback schemes to ‘Tell Us’ about your experience. 

Please complete our online feedback form to help improve our IT support services



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