Student Voice Report

STUDENT VOICE REPORT 2.0 - January 2021

Following the survey carried out in November 2020 looking at online educational experience Harper Adams SU has now completed analysis of the results following 628 responses. This report follows on from the inaugural Student Voice Report released in June 2020 and continues to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the quality of learning and teaching at Harper Adams University. Following on from the first report, the Union committed to producing three further reports each year of a similar standard. This report is the first piece of work since this commitment was made in the summer of 2020.

This second Student Voice Report highlights how our recommendations included in the previous report have been acted upon. We have also produced a further set of recommendations which we hope will shape the remainder of the academic year. We have looked in more detail at students’ perceptions of online learning and how they have coped with a blended approach of face to face and online teaching.

We would like to thank everyone who took the time to complete our survey which has resulted in this report.

To view the full report, click here.


Following a month of extensive research and engagement with students, we've published this report into the third term digital experience of students.

Throughout this last month, we have been working extremely hard to compare Harper Adams efforts with the sector, to discuss what challenges you are all facing, and to collaboratively develop solutions to these challenges. This report is the amalgamation of all of this work, and it sets clear recommendations we are lobbying for the next academic year.