MCCM Attains Outstanding NSS Results

The NSS results in the School of Media, Culture and Communication show that it is going from strength to strength and that the students who study in it are too.
Date: 15/10/2014

For the second year running, courses in the school of Media, Culture and Communications at London Metropolitan University have achieved exceptionally good results in the National Student Survey (NSS).  The survey records levels of student satisfaction with all aspects of university courses including teaching, learning, resources and student support. 

Two courses scored particularly highly in terms of overall student satisfaction. Creative Writing students were 90% satisfied with their course. Digital Media achieved a 93% satisfaction rate. Both rates were well above the national average rate for courses (80%) and nearly all of the courses in the school got rates that were at, near, or over this average.

Levels of satisfaction with specific aspects of courses in the school were also very high. English Literature and Journalism students were particularly happy with teaching (84% and 93% respectively) and so were Media and Communications students (85%). 

English literature lecturers were commended for their academic support (83%); journalism lecturers got a high score for both this and their feedback (85%). The rating for resource provision (including digital provision) on courses in which it is essential (like digital media and journalism) was even higher (90% and 94% respectively).

The NSS results in the School of Media, Culture and Communication show that it is going from strength to strength and that the students who study in it are too.