School of Engineering and Digital Arts

Congratulations to NSS prize winners from EDA

Published: 16/05/2017

The National Student Survey is a high profile census gathering opinions from students about their experience of their course, asking them to provide honest feedback. 

Kent students who completed the NSS before 13th February were able to claim an Amazon gift voucher.  Additionally, the School of Engineering and Digital Arts held a prize draw with a closing date of 28th February with the choice of an iPad or Samsung Tab. The two lucky School winners were Louie O'Neill and Ahad Talukder. 

Louie, an MEng Electronic & Communications Engineering student said, "The NSS is a fantastic way for students to provide vital feedback to their Universities. It is very easy to fill out, takes no time at all to complete and lets you air your opinions to inspire change in areas you personally feel strongly about. I would definitely encourage all students to take part in this opportunity as it is really helpful for both the University and future students. The prize was certainly a very welcome surprise at the end, too!"

Ahad, who is studying Bsc Multimedia Technology and Design with a Year in Industry added "The opportunity to take part in the survey was a good way to give feedback and my thoughts to the university! It didn't take much time at all, and was very easy to fill out.  Winning a prize for completing it just sealed the deal!"

The NSS closed on 30th April 2017.

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Last Updated: 30/08/2017