Student Representation and Feedback
Students form the heart of the University of Hertfordshire and, together with Hertfordshire Students’ Union (HSU), we are committed to working with all students to enhance the quality of your experience.
Members of staff value student views that contribute to the ongoing development and improvement of your programme of study and the experience of students at the University of Hertfordshire.
Foremost, informally you should feel free to raise questions and offer suggestions directly to your tutors and those staff responsible for the operation of your course, either individually or in a group – this is the way in which many minor issues are resolved swiftly should they arise.
There are a number of ways in which you can provide formal feedback to us too, for example through the Module Feedback Questionnaires or the National Student Survey. You will also have the opportunity to discuss your experience of your course, and provide feedback to your programme team, in a Programme Forum.
You can also contact Ivan Phillips, our Associate Dean of School (Learning and Teaching):
Each programme appoints a number of Student Representatives, from each year group, elected by you, to represent your views to staff, to programme committees and to the Dean of School, Phil Healey.
The role of the programme committee is to consider he ongoing operation and development of the programme, including issues raised by the student representative(s) on behalf of the wider student body. In addition, at least one open student forum meets each Academic Year for developmental discussion between students and staff concerned with the delivery and management of the Programme.