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I'm your Education Officer!

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Email me at su.educationofficer@keele.ac.uk or contact me on social media below:

Hey everyone, my name is Mari and I am your elected Education Officer for this year. My role is to support your studies and ensure that you get the most out of your experience at Keele. I am responsible for a number of projects including Student Voice Representatives, whereby your opinions can be acted on at both a course and school level. My role also includes making sure that your voice is heard and acted on, as well as providing change to university processes including Exceptional Circumstances.

I’m a single honors Sociology graduate though I started my journey at Keele on a social sciences foundation year. During my time at Keele I have been a Student Voice Representative for three years, a Lead Voice Representative for two years and have also been involved in a number of academic societies, though in my spare time I love video games and gardening :)
 

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NSS Results - We're 3rd in the country!

KeeleSU are delighted to announce our National Student Survey (NSS) result for 2016/7. The survey asks final year undergraduate students to complete a series of questions relating to their satisfaction with Keele University whilst studying here.

We are delighted to announce that KeeleSU has been ranked as the 3rd best Students' Union in the country!*

These results demonstrate KeeleSU’s commitment to representing students, enhancing the student experience and supporting students during their time here.

The NSS question relating to the Students’ Union has changed from last year’s question about overall satisfaction with the Students' Union to ‘Does the Students’ Union effectively represent students’ academic interests?’. Therefore, this result is a testament to the fantastic work of departments such as ASK and Student Voice. Although the University has slipped from 1st to 23rd for overall satisfaction, although this still places us firmly as one of the top Universities in the country for Student Satisfaction. We look forward to working with the University to further analyse student feedback and identify ways to enhance student satisfaction. 

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*Amongst broad based Universities