Tell us what you think of UCB - and win up to £500
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Final-year UCB degree students can win a slice of a £5,000 prize fund by taking part in the National Student Survey.
All eligible students who complete the online survey will be entered in the university’s cash draw and could scoop individual prizes worth up to £500.
Additionally, everyone who takes part will receive printing credits worth £50 as well as a free breakfast roll from the fifth floor café – or a hot drink from the 8th floor café at Summer Row, EatSpace at McIntyre House or the café at Richmond House.
Only students in the final year of FdA/FdSc and BA/BSc degrees can take part. Final year foundation degree students must complete the survey this year as they will not be eligible again if they progress to the honours degree final year.
The annual survey of up to half a million students is administered by Ipsos MORI, the independent market research agency. It comprises 23 core questions relating the student learning experience, overall satisfaction and satisfaction with the students’ guild. Responses are confidential and individuals cannot be identified.
All UCB students who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw run by the university. The first five names to be drawn at random will win £500 and prizes of £250 are up for grabs for the next 10 lucky winners.
Students should have already received an email from Ipsos MORI inviting them to take part in the survey or it can be completed by going to:
www.thestudentsurvey.com (the survey must be completed by 30th April).
To enter the UCB draw, UCB students need to print the information given at the end of the survey which contains your student ID, name and reference number. This information should be printed and presented to the Student Information Suite reception on the 7th floor at Summer Row. Students need to indicate on the print out whether they are studying an FdA/FdSc or BA/BSc course