The Department values feedback from students. Please see the options below for information about how to give feedback.
Staff / Student Committee
Student input into teaching happens through a number of channels. On a formal basis there are Staff Student Committee meetings and Lecturer and Tutor evaluation questionnaires via Student On Line Evaluation (SOLE). You can raise questions or concerns at the Staff and Student Committee though your student representative.
SOLE is the College's central Student On Line Evaluation tool. All surveys are anonymous and your department/College is not able to identify you. The survey results are thoroughly discussed by your Student Representatives and departmental staff. If you have any questions on how SOLE results have encouraged change in your department please contact your student representative.
Academic Year 2015-16
Academic Year 2014-2015
Academic Year 2013-2014
Academic Year 2012-2013
- Physics Term 1 2012-2013
- Physics Term 2 2012-2013
- Physics Term 3 2012-2013 (data is not currently available)
Academic Year 2011-2012
- Physics Term 1 2011-2012
- Physics Term 2 2011-2012
- Physics Term 3 2011-2012 (data is not currently available in a presentable format)
Academic Year 2010-2011
Academic Year 2009-2010
You said. We did.
'You said. We did' is the Physics Department's UG feedback reporting system. Students can comment on courses and view responses from the Department.
This page is currently under review and we will look to improve it soon.
Lecturers are also asked to provide feedback on all summer examinations. These documents will be placed in the subject's Blackboard module.
There are several ways to give feedback on Imperial College, including the Student Experience Survey and the National Student Survey (NSS).