There are a range of mechanisms through which students can engage by giving feedback on how they are finding their time at Bradford. Both collective and individual feedback is important and students can participate in dialogue with staff and other students, underpinned by a shared approach of partnership, openness and mutual respect. Obtaining and utilising the student voice allows the institution to make positive changes based on what our students think. It also enables students to play a key role in shaping and enhancing the University of Bradford student experience – for both current and future students. There are numerous other formal and informal ways that students can get involved.
- Completing internal and external student experience surveys, such as the Bradford Student Survey
- Attending meetings for student/staff discussion – such as open student forums
- Completing module evaluations
- Giving user feedback on services (e.g. the library and IT)
- Getting involved with Student Union activity
- Taking part in research, focus groups, interviews or student led meetings
- Volunteering or applying for specific roles or opportunities to enhance teaching and learning for the wider student experience at the University