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The Student Voice Report 2017

What do students really think about their university experience? The Student Voice Report aims to find out and push for change.

This is a brief summary of the seventh formal written report produced by Sheffield Hallam Student's Union, which reflects the student experience through the collection and analysis of both formal and informal, and qualitative and quantitative feedback from students at Sheffield Hallam University.

This is a brief summary of the seventh formal written report produced by Sheffield Hallam Student's Union, which reflects the student experience through the collection and analysis of both formal and informal, and qualitative and quantitative feedback from students at Sheffield Hallam University.

The main body of the report follows the four main sections of the Student Charter: 'Education Teaching and Learning', 'Student Environments', 'Representation and Support' and 'The Wider Experience'. Recommendations based on feedback have been made in each section, and can be seen below.

For more information, the full report can be found here:

https://www.hallamstudentsunion.com/representation/studentvoicereport/

The main body of the report follows the four main sections of the Student Charter: 'Education Teaching and Learning', 'Student Environments', 'Representation and Support' and 'The Wider Experience'. Recommendations based on feedback have been made in each section, and can be seen below.

For more information, the full report can be found in the link at the bottom of this page.

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