Feedback and surveys
Do you want to tell your lecturers they are doing a great job? Need better access to wireless internet? Have a suggestion that could improve your degree?
Feedback and surveys allow you to have your say and make a difference to the quality of your university experience – and you can win some sweet prizes for your responses.
Whatever stage you are at in your time at the University of Newcastle, there are opportunities to make your voice heard and provide insights into your experience.
Official university surveys
Just as feedback from your lecturers and tutors helps you improve as a student, so too will your feedback help us improve your University experience. So, from time to time, we ask you to take part in surveys.
You can access these surveys through your NUmail (studentmail) or by clicking the 'surveys' icon on the homepage of the myUON portal.
The responses we receive in these surveys are taken seriously, which is why you shouldn’t dismiss the opportunity to take part. We read every single comment you write.
We survey you for the simple reason that it is one of the best ways to make the University an all-round better place.
The SFC gives you the opportunity to tell us the best and worst aspects of your courses.
Everything is important - from what you learn to how it is taught. So if there is something that you loved or you think we can do better, your feedback can help us make your University experience right for you.
All courses are surveyed each time they are offered and results are available here.
Conducted online, the SFT allows you to give feedback about the teaching performance of your lecturers and tutors.
You will only be asked to complete this survey if your tutor or lecturer has requested feedback.
Our postgraduate programs deliver the most relevant and innovative coursework to get you to the top of your profession. The SFP is your chance to tell us what we're doing right and what we can do better.
The SFP is conducted online every two years and is sent to all postgraduate students.
SFUN gives students the opportunity to tell us what you love about the non-academic services at your University. From food outlets to IT support, all aspects of your uni experience are important to us!
The survey is conducted online and all students are given the opportunity to provide their feedback.
The 2019 SFUN survey will be open from September 5 to September 29. Students who complete the survey will go in the draw to win some great prizes - check out the details here.
7,020 people completed the survey in 2018 - check out the results!
Are you a new student? The CSS allows you to provide feedback on how you are settling in. It seeks feedback on admissions, enrolments, program choice and timetabling.
The survey is run every two years and all students who have commenced their program in semester 1 of that year are invited to participate.
This survey is run after every orientation session to understand the most valuable aspects.
Tell us what worked and what didn’t and we will use your feedback to make sure orientation provides students with all the information to start their degree on the right foot.
This survey forms part of the consultation process with students on how funds raised by the SSAF should be allocated. It enables the University to obtain direct comment and feedback from across all student cohorts, campuses and study modes to inform decision making on service delivery and provision of non-academic amenity.
The survey is available to be completed online each year by students who are required to pay the fee.
Your educational experience not only affects academic performance, it plays a major part in your personal development, as well as your professional success. The Student experience survey (SES) helps us to understand the quality of the learning and teaching environment that we provide to all students and determines any necessary improvements.
The SES is an external online survey, conducted annually by the Social Research Centre (SRC). All eligible students will be contacted by SRC to complete the survey.
The ISB invites international students to provide feedback and ensure we remain a number one destination for those who wish to take their studies abroad.
The ISB is sent by email to all eligible international students and is independently administered worldwide by the International Graduate Insight Group (i-graduate).
The GOS is a national census of newly qualified graduates that helps us understand the quality of your study experience.
The survey is sent from the Social Research Centre to all graduates. Look out for your copy after your graduation ceremony (by email) in May or November.
Other feedback channels
If you missed your chance to complete any of the above surveys, don't worry. You can always send your confidential feedback to ASKUON.