You are here

University noted for its academic experience

29 Mar 2017 3:15PM

The University of Suffolk has been recognised for its academic experience in the Times Higher Education annual Student Experience Survey by being ranked 14th in the country.

Participants were asked to provide a rating based on the quality of the staff and lectures, whether the staff are helpful and interested, whether the courses are well structured, whether they have a good personal relationship with teaching staff and whether tuition was in small groups.

Professor Mohammad Dastbaz, Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Suffolk, said “One of the first things a prospective student will consider is the academic experience of a university so we are delighted to have been recognised in this area.

We have leading academics across a range of disciplines, many of whom continue to publish research in their field and we are known as a University to tackle hard hitting social issues which others may shy away.

We continue to strive to make sure our students’ experience of the University is the best it can be.”


University of Suffolk Press Office
T: 01473 338476