Reasons to be proud
30 Ionawr 2018
Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.
Students from Cardiff Business School have shared their views and opinions about university life as part of the annual student voice campaign.
Over the course of a fortnight, students were invited to suggest one thing they would change about the School and, and as part of a mini-competition, to explain why they are proud to be a Cardiff Business School student.
Dr Jane Lynch, Director of Student Experience for Cardiff Business School, said: “We constantly seek feedback from our students and this campaign gave us an opportunity to focus on the aspects of learning and teaching that work really well.”
Grace Anjo, a final year BSc Business Economics student, was voted the winner following consultation with the School’s student academic representatives.
Thinking outside the box
As well as outlining the School’s innovative approach to programme design and the way in which students are encouraged to ‘think outside the box’, Grace highlighted the support of the undergraduate hub team whom she described as welcoming, friendly and helpful.
The Student Voice Campaign is an integrated campaign to encourage students to take up opportunities to provide feedback and to work in partnership with the University to improve the student experience.
Professor Helen Williams, Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching, said: “These positive comments are a testimony to the hard work of our dedicated faculty and professional services team.”
Students can learn more about the university’s Student Voice Campaign on the University’s Intranet and view the full set of feedback from students in the Business School on Learning Central under Essential Student Information.