University of Westminster uses Unitu to collect representative feedback from students

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Unitu is excited to announce that University of Westminster will be using Unitu. The university will be using our award-winning platform to collate representative feedback from their student body and to analyse trends of student issues as a means to improving the overall student experience.

We are thrilled to be piloting the programme with the School of Computer Science and Engineering in the academic year 2020/21. Several additional features will also be put in place to ensure a seamless user experience for students, reps and staff. These include technical integrations through BlackBoard and Single Sign On.

The new academic year will present new and unprecedented challenges to higher education, and in such uncertain times, hearing the student voice and building a strong virtual community has become more important than ever. Recognising this, Unitu is excited to empower staff and reps at Westminster to effectively connect with their student body during this complex climate.

The University of Westminster is a public research university based in London, United Kingdom. Founded in 1838 as the Royal Polytechnic Institution, it was the first polytechnic to open in London. Westminster has its main campus in Regent Street in central London, with additional campuses in Fitzrovia, Marylebone and Harrow. The university is organised into three colleges and twelve schools, within which there are around 65 departments and centres.

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