More teaching quality success for London Met

National Student Survey shows increase in student satisfaction with teaching.

Date: 9 August 2017

London Metropolitan University has once again outperformed several universities for teaching quality, according to this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) results. 

The University has scored better than UCL, Queen Mary and the LSE for teaching quality in the NSS, and has scored well above the sector average for 'Learning Opportunities' in the survey. The NSS is carried out by final year students at universities across the country each year, and is one of the best measures of student satisfaction with their university.

Three courses in London Met’s School of Social Sciences received 100% student satisfaction, with Criminology and Sociology, International Relations and Politics and Sociology and Social Policy all receiving top marks from students.

Jo Skinner, Head of the School of Social Sciences, said: "We're delighted to see that so many of our students have enjoyed their courses and given us 100% satisfaction scores. 
"In the School of Social Sciences, we try to balance excellent teaching with real-world experiences so that our students leave us not just with the knowledge to achieve success, but with the skills and contacts to do so. It's great that our students appreciate these efforts. 
"I'd like to thank my colleagues for their commitment to teaching and for making the student experience so rewarding at London Met."

Elsewhere, The School of Human Science’s Chemistry course scored 100%, along with English Literature, taught in The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design

Earlier this year, London Met received its highest ever graduate employment score, with 95% of all 2016 graduates in work or further study six months after leaving the University. 

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