Learner Voice Committee
Student feedback helps shape the student experience at NZSE. Through our Learner Voice Committee, you can provide feedback on your experiences throughout your studies.
Our Learner Voice Committee is composed of student representatives who act as the voice of learners and communicate any matters or concerns to NZSE staff. The committee also provides input on social functions and events for students. Our ATC Military Prep programmes additionally offer peer to peer mentoring, where fellow students support each other.
We have committees for Domestic, International and Māori students available.
Student Feedback and Student Complaints
We hope our students will find their time at NZSE enjoyable and rewarding. However, if students are unhappy about something, NZSE aims to resolve the concerns as quickly as possible, with the agreement of everyone concerned.
NZSE values and encourages feedback and suggestions from our students about their experiences. Anonymous surveys are administered throughout the programme and are an opportunity for students to provide feedback with respect to their admissions experience, administration, facilities, faculty and their programme of study. Students are encouraged to participate in all the surveys and may express concern about anything they believe breaches their rights as a student, or where they believe the standards of teaching or other services offered under their programme are not met.
Changes made as a result of students’ feedback are anonymously reported back to students through the student committee. All written complaints will be acknowledged in writing within five working days, including an estimated time frame for response to the complaint.
Join the Committee
The committee is also an opportunity for our students to sharpen their leadership skills and enable them to participate pro-actively in the administration of NZSE. We believe that this not only develops skills and leadership that will assist students in employment, but it is also a terrific way to get to know people.
We have committees for Domestic, International and Māori students available to enable learners to share their opinions and viewpoints, both positive and negative.
Contact Student Support if you want to join a team of students dedicated to helping out their peers.