De Montfort Students’ Union (DSU)’s Officer Team have encouraged all eligible students at De Montfort University (DMU) to give their Course Level Feedback (CLF).
The CLF survey, open to all first- and second-year undergraduates, as well as those in the third year of their integrated Master programmes based on DMU’s Leicester campus, runs from Thursday 1 March to Monday 30 April.
To complete the survey and give feedback on your time at DMU at a course level, click here.
Mollie has encouraged all eligible students at DMU to give their Course Level Feedback.
Mollie Footitt, DP Education at DSU, has spoken about why the feedback gained from CLF is so valuable to both the university and students’ union.
“We wouldn’t be able to lobby the university for some of things we’ve done for students over the past 12 months without feedback from you,” she explained.
“Constructive comments – good and bad – really help develop the student experience for not only you and your course mates as you head into your second or third year at DMU, but also those who haven’t yet started.
“This survey only takes a few minutes to complete, but could make a real difference.”
The survey, along with evidence from DSU’s hundreds of Course Reps and School Rep Coordinators (SRCs) will be used to represent your academic interests at DMU, and will guide the university’s spending choices as well as other enhancements across campus.
To find out more about the survey, including the eight topics covered, click here.
The CLF survey runs from Thursday 1 March to Monday 30 April.