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Calling final year students: help the Business School reach 70% NSS completion rate by Friday, 12 April

Susan Smith, Associate Dean (Education and Students), University of Sussex Business School

Only 54 more final year students are needed to boost the Business School National Student Survey (NSS) completion rate score from 63% to 70% by 12 April. In doing so, students will unlock a further reward to be split amongst the student body and the four largest student societies active within the school.

Susan Smith, Associate Dean (Education and Students) at the Business School said:

“I’m delighted so many of our final year students have responded to our call in mid-March to increase our NSS completion rate. I’d like to thank our student and course reps, our four biggest societies active in the School – Business Society, Economics Society, Marketing Society, Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) – for helping us get this far. However, it would be tremendous if we can reach the 70% mark by the end of the week and beat the current overall Sussex response rate (66.5%) by the start of the Easter break.

The survey takes less than ten minutes to complete and provides us with valuable feedback from students on their experience of Sussex and helps us make improvements.”

Students who complete the survey can choose between a £5 food voucher to spend across campus, or a £5 printing credit, handy for printing off those final dissertations. In addition, a new collective bonus scheme is now available to help us meet our School targets. The survey closes on 30 April. 

By: Serena Mitchell
Last updated: Monday, 8 April 2019