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Student Exit Survey

The 2019 student exit survey remains open to all prospective graduating students. All eligible students have been invited by email to participate in the survey. Graduating students that complete the survey by May 28th (for June graduation) or 12th August (for August graduation) will be entered into a draw for one of ten pairs of VIP graduation ceremony tickets.  The results of the draw for VIP graduation tickets for August graduation are as follows: Jennifer Marie McDonnell, Postgraduate Diploma in School Leadership; Naomi Carson, Bachelor of Arts (Joint Honours); James Crotty, Bachelor of Arts in Law and Accounting; Liam Marum, Certificate in Management; Joanne Langton, Bachelor of Business Studies; Matthew Reynolds, Bachelor of Science in Computer Games Development; Linda Masale, Bachelor of Science in Technology Management; Valerie Brennan, Master of Science in Speech and Language Therapy (Professional Qualification); Seosamh Mc Donagh, Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Sciences.  Congratulations to the winners of the VIP graduation ceremony tickets and to all graduands of 2019.

*** To give us feedback on the exit survey, Students please click here and Staff please click here ***

UL’s strategic plan, Broadening Horizons (2015-2019) sets out a number of themes for the five-year period. A central theme is building on our achievements and to provide a highly engaged learning experience for every one of our students by enhancing the student experience. Each year, all students that are due to graduate are invited to participate in the UL Student Exit Survey (based on the UK’s National Student Survey). This survey gives students the opportunity to reflect on their time at UL and give feedback on their unique student experiences. In addition to their overall satisfaction with UL and their course, students are asked how satisfied they are with each of the following areas:

  • Teaching and Learning
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Academic Support
  • (Course) Organisation and Management
  • Learning Resources
  • Personal Development
  • Work Placements

The results of these surveys are taken very seriously by UL and resources are invested in the areas identified as most in need of improvement. Exit survey frequently asked questions for students and staff and summary institutional-level exit survey reports for the previous three years can be accessed below.

Student Exit Survey Response Rate Report
2018 28% 2018 Student Exit Survey
2017 32% 2017 Student Exit Survey
2016 32% 2016 Student Exit Survey

 

Exit Survey frequently asked questions for staff 

Exit Survey frequently asked questions for students