National Student Survey 2023



Final year undergraduates can help raise money for a fantastic local charity by taking part in a short national survey.

The National Student Survey (NSS) is an independent survey, run by Ipsos MORI, of final year students at universities across the UK.

It is an opportunity to provide feedback on your university experience. All responses are anonymous and will help the university understand what we are doing well at LJMU and where we can get better.

LJMU will also make a donation to local social justice charity, Micah Liverpool, for every survey completed.

Last year, we were able to donate £10,000 thanks to our final year students completing the NSS – that was enough to provide local people in poverty with fresh fruit and vegetables for four months and milk for six months.

Eligible students will receive an email from Ipsos MORI to their LJMU account on Thursday 19 January with a personalised link to the survey.

You can also complete the survey via the NSS website.

The NSS will take around 10 minutes to complete.

Take a look at the short film above for some of the reasons why you should complete the survey.


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