Student Voice Committee review proforma

High levels of student satisfaction and/or engagement are often associated with effective systems for gathering feedback from students on their experiences and taking action where needed to enhance those experiences. The mechanisms used to to do this will vary across courses and national borders. However, the need to keep the effectiveness of these mechanisms under review is universal. You can use this review proforma from BCU to prompt some reflective activity with your own course team into how well your current student feedback systems are working.



Student feedback and belonging

Ensuring that students can feedback to their institution is an important part of promoting identity and belonging. Setting up a student voice committee is one way of enabling students to contribute to the shape and direction of their course. Such a group needs to review its own operation annually to ensure it remains relevant and valued.

Source: Birmingham City University