Food For Thought: The NSS

Posted by rmt22 at Jan 17, 2019 12:13 PM |
Every Contact Counts. Come to our lunchtime session on 30 January and find out more about why all staff have an impact on the National Student Survey.

Our Food for Thought sessions are a series of lunchtime talks aiming to outline strategic developments and challenges and shed light on areas of the University that you may not be familiar with.

Whatever your role at Leicester the National Student Survey affects us all. It also means you can have an impact on it too. And with competition between institutions getting even stronger, even small changes can have an impact.

Hosted by Raj Patel (Student Voice and Partnerships) and Rob Fryer (Director of Student Life), you won’t just learn more about the NSS and how it works, you’ll get an insight into our performance, and the work being carried out to support our students’ experience. You will also learn why every student counts and the impact you can have.

The talk will be held in the Ken Edwards Building Ground Floor Lecture Theatre 3 on Wednesday 30 January from 12noon-1pm.

Book your place here.

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