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National Student Survey
The National Student Survey (NSS) is your chance to have your say on your experience of studying at Glyndŵr University.
Open to all final year undergraduate students, the NSS asks about all aspects of university life, from teaching and assessment to activities and support.
Completing the survey means your voice will be heard and your feedback can be acted upon.
Based on replies to last year’s survey the university has made several key improvements to facilities, student representation and the way we communicate with our students.
The simple message is ‘you said, we did’, and we want to keep on delivering for our students based on what they tell us. By completing the survey you will be helping the university to keep growing and providing the best possible student experience we can.
Click here for more information on the National Student Survey.
Glyndŵr Student Survey
While the National Student Survey is only open to final year students, we also want to hear from students at other stages of their university experience.
That’s where the Glyndŵr Student Survey comes in.
The anonymous survey is open to all undergraduates NOT in their final year of study and is based on your degree programme and time with us so far. The results will give us more insight than ever before in to what our students really think of Glyndŵr University, and ideas on what we can do to go from strength to strength.
Click here to take part and make your voice heard.
All enrolled students should login to Moodle with their network username and password to access course information, email, library catalogue and other student services. Information on re-enrolment and latest course timetables will also available for returning students when you log in to Moodle.
If you have forgotten your network password and you supplied the University with a private email address when you enrolled you will be able to change your network password here.