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Student Voice

Student Voice

Find out how we engage with and support our students

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About Student Voice

Student Voice is an important part of any student’s experience at the university and serves as a conduit for communications between both staff, the wider university management and the student body. There are a number of ways in which this is achieved at Newcastle University.

Closing the Feedback Loop

It is really important that academic units close the feedback loop. Students need to be aware not only of the many ways in which they can provide feedback on their experience, but also of what happens with the feedback they provide and what changes are made in response.  Further support in closing the feedback loop can be found on our student voice resources page.

Academic Units must respond to feedback with plans identifying any agreed actions, timescales for implementation and who is responsible for each action. Action plans should be included in the minutes of Boards of Studies and Student-Staff Committees. Module action plans should be restricted to responses to the comments made in relation to questions about the module overall.