The University listens to student feedback and is committed to improving, evolving and adapting to meet the changing needs and expectations of Reading students.
We ask students to provide feedback on their experience of studying here through a wide variety of channels, including surveys, focus groups, Student Staff Liaison Committees and through Academic Reps and RUSU.
These all play an important role in helping us identify areas for improvement, and we work in partnership with students to take action and make positive changes.
We are committed to improving, evolving and adapting to meet the changing needs and expectations of our students. Find out about some of the latest improvements we have made based on student feedback as part of our 'What's New' campaign.
Principles of Partnership
These principles outline our vision for building an academic community at Reading, where students are empowered to shape their university experiences by to working in partnership with staff.
- is based on values of trust and respect
- is empowering and inclusive
- enables the co-delivery of meaningful change
- involves negotiated responsibility for both the process and outcomes of enhancement activities
- creates a sense of belonging to an academic community.