Surveys at Strathclyde

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Welcome to the Student Survey Team pages!

If you're a student at Strathclyde, we have a survey for you!


The University runs a number of different surveys throughout the academic year to help us gather as much information about your experience at Strathclyde as possible. Only by listening to you can we tell what we do well and identify areas for improvement. Your feedback on your experience is important! Find out which surveys are current to you on Myplace.

The surveys we run include:

National Student Survey (NSS)

Final year undergraduates have to chance to provide feedback on their course in this national survey. The NSS is an annual national, UK wide survey all Higher Education providers participate in.

Strathclyde Undergraduate Student Survey (SUSS)

All our other undergraduates not eligible for the NSS can have a chance to tell us about their experiences in the SUSS. The SUSS runs every year.

Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) 

Students on a postgraduate taught course are invited to provide their feedback in this annual survey, run in conjunction with Advance HE. This is a national survey that institutions can opt-in to.

Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS)

The GOS runs four times a year, finding out what people who have completed a course at Strathclyde have gone on to do, 15 months after they gain their qualification.

Welcome to Strathclyde

New to Strathclyde? On an undergraduate or taught postgraduate course? Then we want to hear from you! This survey runs just after the start of the new academic year.

International Student Barometer (ISB)

Full time international and EU students have their chance to let us know about their experiences at Strathclyde in the ISB. This international survey is run by i-graduate that institutions can opt-in to.

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Find out who won in the survey incentive prize draws!

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