The School welcomes student feedback, and sees it as an important contribution to one of our key goals of improving the overall student experience and ensuring that our graduates are adequately prepared for entry to the engineering profession. There are several ways that students have the opportunity to provide feedback. If there are any issues (positive or negative), we would prefer to hear about them during semester, rather than after the end of the term, so that we have an opportunity to address them quickly.
- All lecturers appreciate direct feedback from students, which might be made during scheduled classes, or privately in person or via email.
- If you wish to remain anonymous, you may wish to contribute learning and teaching feedback via the web on our feedback form.
- The school has a specific body, the Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC) to consider the feedback and concerns of students. This committee meets once a semester, and has five student representatives from each year.
- The School Learning and Teaching Committee, the main school body that determines directions and policy, contains student representatives.
- At other levels within the University, be it the Faculty of Engineering Board, The Academic Board, or the Senate, there is student representation.