Your feedback, comments and suggestions give the University invaluable insight into your student experience. We use the results of surveys such as the NSS to work with you to make improvements. And we’re committed to this.

With your help, we've been able to put your feedback through the NSS into action. Discover some of the improvements made and new initiatives launched as a result of this, and other surveys over the years, in our list below.

Read about the latest plans for timetabling, academic support, student representation and assessment and feedback

The reading list system has been improved to save you time and help with your studies

Further improvements have been made to study space on campus

All lectures recorded via Lecture Capture can now be found on Moodle

From 2015 - 2017, £20million was invested into a new learning building, the Oculus, and the refurbishment of existing spaces
A wider range of cheaper food and drink in our outlets is now available
E-Submission and E-Feedback systems have been developed to enable departments to meet the 4-week turnaround commitment for feedback as outlined in the Warwick Student Community Statement
A new 'Dining Grid' was opened in Rootes Building with provision for quiet study, group work, society rehearsals and facilities to heat up your own food
The Library is now open 24 hours a day
The Warwick International Academy for Higher Education (WIHEA) was established to support teaching and student development
Many departments, with the support of IATL, are exploring new ways of engaging with you to create a better learning experience
The Internships Development Team was set up to help you access appropriate work placements
A number of paid graduate internships are now offered, in addition to the other services offered by the Careers and Skills Office
We have an exceptional record in the National Teaching Fellowship Scheme and run internal awards for teaching staff and teaching postgraduates
Single volunteering opportunities that fit within your studies are now on offer with Warwick Volunteers