Online Unit Evaluations (OUEs) are open for Semester 1. OUEs give you the opportunity to provide anonymous feedback on what is going well on your units and how the units can be improved.

Each OUE takes approximately 5 minutes to complete and can be performed on a PC or any mobile device. Find out more about OUE opening and closing dates, the questions and how to provide constructive feedback.

You can view your department's Semester 1 response rate (as of Friday 8 December 2023) in the league table below. Getting a high response rate means that the results more accurately represent the views of the cohort and your Unit Convenor or Director of Studies must formally respond to your feedback. Your Unit Convenor or Director of Studies should talk to you about the results even if the response rate is low.

If your department is near the bottom of the league table, please encourage your peers to complete their OUEs!

Rank Department Response rate
1 Education 35.2%
2 Social & Policy Sciences 25.0%
3 Psychology 22.32%
4 Health 22.27%
5 Cross-Faculty International Management & Modern Languages courses 21.0%
6 Management 20.7%
7 Chemical Engineering 18.9%
8 Mathematical Sciences 16.8%
9 Politics, Languages & International Studies 16.7%
10 Physics 15.0%
11 Life Sciences 14.9%
12 Mechanical Engineering 14.47%
13 Economics 14.46%
14 Natural Sciences 13.8%
15 Chemistry 12.9%
16 Architecture & Civil Engineering 11.3%
17 Computer Science 9.9%
18 Electronic & Electrical Engineering 9.5%

By completing your OUEs, you will be entered into two prize draws:

  • student prize of one of 5 x £100 cash
  • department prize of £250 cash per semester for the department who achieves the largest percentage point increase in response rate from 2022/23 to spend on improving the student experience

To be entered, you need to submit one or more OUEs before the unit's OUE closing date. You can view your individual units' closing dates on the Unit Evaluation page on SAMIS.