Have your say: The Student Experience Programme (SEP) evaluation survey is now live

Student Experience Programme evaluation survey

The SEP evaluation committee want to hear from a wide variety of colleagues and students as part of their assessment of the ‘people and structures’ element of SEP.

About the evaluation

Communications were launched on 11 March detailing the purpose and the approach of the evaluation.

The principal aim of the evaluation is learning, and how this can be applied to current or future similar programmes as part of the University’s commitment to continuous improvement in change management.

A critical part of this is listening to our colleagues and students about what has worked well and what hasn’t worked well.

About the survey

The evaluation committee is keen to hear feedback about your experience of the ‘people and structures’ element of SEP and its impact.

However, the survey allows for feedback about the broader SEP programme which may also be taken into consideration as part of the evaluation.

Feedback provided through the survey will be anonymised once received. Quotes may be used as part of the evaluation work including reporting but will not be attributed to anyone or provide a level of detail where the respondent may be identified.

The survey is intended to run until Friday, 17 May.

Take the survey:

For more information, visit the evaluation SharePoint site or reach out to and one of the team will do their best to help.