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  1. Take your survey
Student administration

Take your survey

Listening to your views and opinions is vital to how we enhance student life and student satisfaction. With your help, we are working together to ensure that your time here is successful and rewarding.

Why does City use surveys?

Feedback from students is essential to inform the development of City's courses and to help shape all aspects of the learning experience. We actively seek and encourage you to give us your views and online surveys are one of the main ways that we do this.

What happens to the feedback I provide?

Your feedback will be considered by your programme team so that we can identify what we are doing well and what we need to improve. We will also tell you what changes we are making as a result of your comments.

How do I log in?

See the instructions on the frequently asked questions page.

Which survey should I complete?

All surveys open on 13th February 2017. Depending on your level of study and your course, you will be asked to complete one of the following:

Students completing a survey will receive a small filter coffee or tea from one of Sodexo's pop-up stations in EATC1TY or City Bar (offer closes 9th June 2017) and if response rates surpass last year's; City will make a donation to a local primary school for learning and educational resources. If you are unsure which survey applies and we have not contacted you please email surveys@city.ac.uk or check our frequently asked questions.

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City, University of London is an independent member institution of the University of London. Established by Royal Charter in 1836, the University of London consists of 18 independent member institutions with outstanding global reputations and several prestigious central academic bodies and activities.