Throughout your studies, you’ll have opportunities to express your opinions regarding the planning, implementation and evaluation of the learning, teaching and assessment strategy, as well as the overall student experience.
By participating in any of our feedback activities such as Module Level Surveys, focus groups or the National Student Survey, you are contributing to the continued enhancement of our policies, procedures and curriculum design.
Read more about the importance of getting your voice heard
Acting on your feedback
We make changes as a result of your feedback and maintain a constant dialogue with your student representatives so that we are constantly responding to your issues or ideas.
- ‘Bloomberg terminal now available in the library giving you better access to trading analysis’
- ‘New Student Centre to give you more access to career guidance and support’
- ‘More option modules added giving you greater flexibility in your career path’
Represent your fellow students
Become a Class or Student Representative and have your voice heard!
You will be your classmate’s point of contact, listening to their views, concerns and academic matters. This role offers a great chance for you to develop your leadership and communication skills, something future employers will be interested in.
You'ill attend meetings where you have the opportunity to discuss with relevant staff any issues from the students you represent. These meetings allow us to receive feedback on new proposals and important developments to the student body.
Interested? Contact Sandra Edwards, Head of Full-time Undergraduate Programmes to find out more about becoming a representative or visit the student representation section on MyLIBF to contact a current rep with an issue or query.
National Student Survey
When applying to university it’s important to find out what it’s really like to study there and to hear honest feedback from current students. This short survey, taken in your final year, helps us to better understand your student experience and your views can help to inform change for current and future students.
Just for taking part in the NSS you will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a £150 voucher of your choice!
This anonymous survey is provided by Ipsos MORI, as part of HEFCE’s annual survey campaign, and should take about 10 minutes to complete.
Take the survey now
The Graduate Outcomes survey
The Graduate Outcomes survey is a national survey capturing information about the perspectives of graduates 15 months after they finish their studies. When you complete your degree programme you will be asked to take part in the survey.
Find out more
Board of Governors
- Elona Gega – BSc (Hons) in Finance, Investment and Risk (full-time)
Harry Crossley - BSc (Hons) in Banking Practice and Management (part-time)
- Ross David Miles - BSc (Hons) in Finance, Investment and Risk (full-time)
Ella Fox - BSc (Hons) in Banking and Finance (full-time)
Academic Standards & Quality Committee
- Samantha Zhou - BSc (Hons) in Finance, Investment and Risk (full-time)
- Adella Formosa - BSc (Hons) in Finance, Investment and Risk (full-time)
- Malizani Chumachapera - MSc in Banking Practice and Management (full-time)
Learning & Teaching Committee
- Charlie Garett - Holmes - BSc (Hons) in Banking and Finance (full-time)
- Jake Lunness - BSc (Hons) in Finance, Investment and Risk (full-time)
Academic Audit Committee
- Samuel White - Professional Certificate in Financial Services (part-time)
- Abu Jhafar Malik - Professional Certificate in Banking (Part-Time)