The University of Suffolk has been shortlisted for a WhatUni Student Choice Award based on a survey of over 41,000 university students from across the country.
The Whatuni Student Rankings are based on the opinions of university students collected over the last 12 months, asking reviewers to rate a wide range of categories. The University of Suffolk has received the shortlisting in the Course and Lecturers category.
The rankings, now in their sixth year, offer prospective students an unbiased, student-led alternative to traditional university ranking systems. The Awards are based on averages taken from tens of thousands of reviews submitted by students and published on Whatuni.com.
Professor Mohammad Dastbaz, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at University of Suffolk said, “These are competitive awards so we are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted in the Course and Lecturers category. Our Lecturers, and the whole University team, work closely with our students from the very beginning, giving them the time and attention needed to develop into confident, independent learners.”
More on the awards can be found at www.whatuni.com/awards
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in April.
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