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Final year students at the University of Lincoln are being encouraged to complete the National Student Survey (NSS) – after the survey launched this morning.
A motion which called for the boycott of the National Student Survey (NSS) is to be ‘nullified’ by the University of Lincoln’s Student Union, following recent changes by the Government.
The University of Lincoln has reached two top ten positions for student satisfaction in this year’s WhatUni Student Choice Awards.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union has announced it is boycotting the National Student Survey.
Motions on free speech, the National Student Survey (NSS) and the SU Disciplinary Panel have been passed by Lincoln students, after an emergency All Student Members Meeting took place last night.
Hello and welcome to The Linc‘s live coverage of tonight’s All Student Members Meeting (ASM), which includes a motion on boycotting the National Student Survey (NSS).
University of Lincoln staff are “delighted” after placing 54th out of 119 universities in the Guardian‘s 2016 university league tables, a rise of 11 places on the previous year.
The University of Lincoln’s National Student Survey results have seen the institution ranked in the top quarter of the UK for undergraduate student satisfaction in 2012. John Fernandez reports.
Students who complete this year’s National Student Survey between Monday, January 24th and Sunday, February 6th can claim £5 in printing credit.
The first Student Council of 2011 saw too few turn up to vote on issues but many topics were discussed to be investigated further.