In 2016, Government made changes to University and college education.
It suggested introducing a ‘Teaching Excellence Framework’ – and if Universities score well in this framework, they can increase their tuition fees. How well they score in the Teaching Excellence Framework partially depends on the University’s scores in the National Student Survey (NSS).
The National Student Survey is completed by final year students every year as a tool to review their course and time at university. It is not an accurate measure of teaching quality and so this year we are asking final year students to not complete the NSS.
Working alongside lots of other students’ unions across the country we are asking students to pledge not to complete the NSS and support out campaign to destabilise the Government’s plans and stop a further increase in tuition fees.
Sign our pledge to let us know you won’t be completing the NSS and support our campaign.
If you aren’t a final year student you can still pledge to support the campaign and we’ll be in touch to let you know how you can help us get the word out.
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