LSE Undergraduate Survey and NSS

School Voice

Use your voice to make a real difference to the student experience at LSE

Use your voice - make a difference

1st or 2nd year students are invited to take the Undergraduate Survey and final year undergraduate students can share their views by completing the National Student Survey (NSS).

Both surveys take just 10 minutes to complete, and you could make a real difference to the LSE student experience by taking part. 

Use your voice, complete the survey and choose to receive a £5 Amazon voucher or to donate it to charity.

You'll also be entered into a prize draw to win up to £400 and two runner-up prizes of £200!

How to take the Undergraduate Survey

Use your voice and take part in the Undergraduate Survey to make a real difference to your student experience. 

How to take the Undergraduate Survey

If you’re a 1st or 2nd year undergraduate, you’ll receive an email inviting you to complete the survey with your own personal link.

Get or give £5

At the end of the survey, you will be asked if you want to get a £5 Amazon voucher or donating the same amount to The Felix Project, LSESU RAG Society's charity of the year as voted by students. 

All answers are anonymous and you will automatically be entered into a prize draw when you complete the survey, where you could win £400 or one of two runner-up prizes of £200. 

How to take the National Student Survey (NSS)

Use your voice and take part in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2019 to leave your LSE legacy for future students. 

How to take the NSS

Tell us what we do well and what we need to do better by taking the National Student Survey and receive a £5 Amazon voucher as a thank you for your time, PLUS the chance to win £400. 

Take the NSS here

Get or give £5

Choose whether you want to give £5 to charity or get a £5 Amazon voucher. Forward your confirmation email from NSS to nss@lse.ac.uk stating if you’d like to get or give and we will send a voucher back to you or donate to LSESU’s Raising and Giving Society charity of the year, The Felix Project.  

All final year undergraduates are eligible and you will automatically be entered into a prize draw when you complete the survey, where you could win £400 or one of two runner-up prizes of £200.