We have an impressive track record of working together with you and will continue to engender a strong culture of co-ownership of learning and teaching. We believe it is the strength of this culture that delivers such excellent results.

— Professor Bernie Morley, Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Provost


Student feedback

University of Bath students feel (more than any other students in the country*) that their opinions, comments and feedback make a difference, helping to make us Better@Bath.

How to get involved

We want more feedback and ideas from you – here are some ways to get involved:

Evaluate your learning

Become a representative

Complete a survey

Participate in student research

Submit an idea

Read the External Examiners' reports for your taught programme

External Examiners act as independent and impartial advisers providing informed comment on the academic standards set, and student achievement in relation to those standards.

You have access to these reports (Part 1) and the University’s response via your:

More information

For more information, contact your Academic Rep on your SSLC, your Director of Studies or the Students’ Union.

The Students’ Union/Learning and Teaching Enhancement Office talks that were part of your induction are another useful source of information:

* National Student Survey 2012 Question B6.3