By Stuart Grey
Glasgow, United Kingdom – Student Voice, a leading text analytics provider in the UK's education sector, is proud to announce its partnership with University College London (UCL). UCL has chosen to utilise our data analysis services to process student comments across the institution.
Student Voice uses advanced machine learning models to automatically classify and analyse student comments. This technology allows UCL to get immediate, accurate insights into what students are saying about their experiences.
We're eager to start working with UCL, Our platform enables comparison of data from different surveys, which will provide UCL with a complete understanding of their students' feedback.
said Dr Stuart Grey, Founder of Student Voice.
Our technology will enable UCL to contrast their performance with other UK higher education institutions. Moreover, Student Voice will help UCL identify differences in student perspectives based on course, age, gender and nationality.
UCL can now analyse historical survey data from both existing and previous systems, immediately identifying and comparing trends over the years.
"We're confident that our partnership with UCL will contribute to their efforts to improve the student experience through data-driven decisions" added Dr Grey.
About University College London (UCL):
UCL is one of the world's leading multidisciplinary universities. Founded in 1826, it operates in the heart of London but also has a global reach. With a commitment to high-quality research and innovative teaching, UCL is dedicated to solving real-world problems with a multidisciplinary approach. It is home to a diverse community of over 50,000 students from 150 different countries.
About Student Voice:
Student Voice is a leading provider of text analytics for education providers in the UK. Using machine learning models, Student Voice analyses student comments to give a clear, comprehensive view of the student experience. With data from over 100 UK higher education institutions, Student Voice provides unparalleled insight into student sentiment, helping educational institutions make data-driven decisions to improve teaching and learning.
Dr Stuart Grey
Founder and CEO