You can’t have failed to notice the signs around campus promoting the National Student Survey, a chance for final-year undergraduates to give feedback on their course. But what if you’re not a final-year undergraduate?

The University still wants your views. There are three surveys currently running, two of which are open to all students. So if you’ve been infected by feedback fever, do go online for a chance to have your say and win prizes.

National Student Survey

  • Open to final-year undergraduates
  • Takes 5 minutes
  • Free coffee/tea/hot chocolate/soft drink on completion

If you are a finalist and only have five minutes, this is the survey to do. Read more about it here or go straight to http://rdg.ac/NSS2014 to complete it.

Travel survey

  • Open to all students
  • Takes 10-15 minutes
  • Chance to win an iPad

All about how you travel to and around campus, this survey helps us identify measures to promote sustainable transport.

Click here to take the Travel survey.

 Student Charter survey

  • Open to all students
  • Takes 5-10 minutes
  • Chance to win £50 worth of book tokens

The University of Reading’s Student Charter aims to explain in simple terms what students can expect of the University, as well as outlining what is reasonably expected of students by the University. We want to know what you think of the charter – or if you’ve even heard of it.

Click here to take the Student Charter survey.

Accommodation survey

  • Open to all students resident in halls
  • Takes 5-10 minutes
  • Chance to win vouchers

This is an independent survey run by UPP, who manage the University’s student accommodation. This is an annual survey and the feedback received helps UPP improve their services for students living in halls.

Keep an eye on your inbox for further details during February.

Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) 

  • Open to all students on taught postgraduate courses (including distance-learning)
  • Takes 15-20 minutes

PTES is run by the University of Reading in partnership with the Higher Education Academy. The aim of the survey is to identify areas where improvements could be made to the provision of taught postgraduate degree programmes. You can click here to find out more about the PTES.

The survey will be launched later this term and eligible students will be contacted via email with a  link to the survey, a username and password.