We are delighted to announce the winners of the Unit Evaluation, National Student Survey (NSS) and Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES) prize draws for 2021:

  • Henry Ogbonna (Unit Evaluation)
  • James Locke – Department of Economics, UG (Unit Evaluation)
  • Jessica Herbert – Department of Mathematical Sciences, UG (Unit Evaluation)
  • Lucy Friend – (Unit Evaluation)
  • Nirav Majithia – Department of Economics, UG (Unit Evaluation)

  • James Reseigh – Department for Health, UG (NSS)

  • Rhys Powell – Department of Mechanical Engineering, UG (NSS)

  • Sian James – Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies, UG (NSS)

  • Nicholas Barnett – Department of Economics, UG (NSS)

  • Piers Gascoigne – School of Management, PGT (PTES)

The University is committed to working with all students and their representatives to enhance learning, teaching and the student experience and PTES, NSS and Unit Evaluations are important ways we do this.

Complete a survey or evaluation

All eligible students have an equal change of winning. You can completing a survey (Unit Evaluation, NSS, and PTES (PRES or PDES in 2022/23)) to give feedback to the University. Find out below about prizes available for your year and level of survey.

Visit go.bath.ac.uk/haveyoursay to access the relevant survey for you. You will need your username and student number (9 digit code on your library card) to login and complete the survey (Unit Evaluation, NSS, and PTES ((PRES or PDES in 2022/23)). Unit Evaluations are accessed via SAMIS or the link in Moodle).

This is your opportunity to tell us what you think the University does well, and what we could improve. Your responses will help us to improve learning and teaching, student services and our campus. Your views about your experience as a student will also help to inform potential applicants as they decide whether to follow in your footsteps and study at Bath.

Win £250 by completing PTES (PRES and PDES in 2022/23):

All postgraduate students will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £250 by completing PTES (PRES and PDES in 2022/23). There will be one winner for each survey.

Win graduation prizes by completing NSS:

All final year undergraduate students are asked to give us feedback by completing the NSS. All final year undergradautes will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win one of the following fantastic prizes:

  • 1 x Champagne tea for four in the elegant 18th century Pump Room
  • 1 x Twilight package for two at Thermae Bath Spa
  • 1 x Set of graduation photos
  • 1 x Graduation gown hire

Win 5 x £100 by completing Unit Evaluation:

All taught undergraduate and postgraduate students will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win 5 x £100 by completing unit evaluations: Unit Evaluation.

Survey closing dates.

The closing dates for surveys are:

  • Unit Evaluations - Vary by individual unit
  • National Student Survey - 30 April 2022
  • PTES - 30 April 2022
  • PRES - Runs next in 2022/23
  • PDES - Runs next in 2022/23

Thank you for completing your survey, and good luck in the prize draw!

Terms and conditions:

All students who are on the appropriate unit and / or course for Unit Evaluation, NSS or PTES (PRES and in PDES in 2022/23) will automatically be entered into the relevant survey draw at the closing date of Saturday 30 April 2022 (or the specific close date for an individual unit) | Five prizes of £100 cash are available for Unit Evaluation| One prize of £250 cash is available for PTES | One prize of £250 cash is available for PRES (in 2022/23) | One prize of £250 cash is available for PDES (in 2022/23) | Prizes for NSS survey respondents cannot be substituted for a cash alternative | All winners will be drawn at random | Winners will be notified by email from the Centre for Learning & Teaching by 30 May 2022 (NSS and PTES (PRES and PDES in 2022/23)) and by mid-August 2022 for Unit Evaluations | Winners will be announced on the Centre for Learning & Teaching web pages by 1 June 2022 (NSS and PTES (PRES and PDES in 2022/23)) and before the end of August 2022 for Unit Evaluations.