Seven courses at the University of Suffolk have scored 100% in the National Student Survey, released today.
The University scored 80% overall satisfaction, a rise of 4% on last year.
The National Student Survey is completed by students in their final year of study and asks questions on areas such as Assessment and Feedback, Academic Support, the Learning Community and the teaching on the course.
The student experience is of paramount importance to the University of Suffolk and over the last two year, the University has focused on improving the student experience in a number of ways. This has been implemented by a taskforce including the Students’ Union.
Professor Mohammad Dastbaz, Deputy Vice-Chancellor said, “We are pleased to see the University of Suffolk heading in the right direction, rising 4% in the table compared to last year and many of our courses scoring 100%. Surveys such as the NSS are just one way of us gaining valuable feedback. It is important to stress that throughout the year we have been working closely with our Students’ Union colleagues as well as having an open door policy. We encourage students to let us know about their experience with us and any issues they may face.”
“Going forward we will continue to build on the work we have already put in place with academic departments, the student community and the Students’ Union to make further improvements. We strive to provide an excellent student experience, as well as a creative, enjoyable and successful place to learn and study. Students are at the heart of what we do.”
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