School of Media, Culture and Communications excels In National Student Survey results

Courses in the school of Media, Culture and Communications at London Metropolitan University have achieved outstanding results in the 2013 National Students Survey (NSS).  The survey records levels of student satisfaction with all aspects of teaching, learning, resources and student support. 

Both Creative Writing and Theatre and Performance scored a remarkable 100% when students were asked to rate their satisfaction with teaching. Media and Communication, Journalism and English scores were almost equally impressive at 93-95%. Satisfaction with feedback from lecturers was comparably high in all of these subjects (e.g. Creative Writing = 91%; Theatre and Performance = 88%).

Both Digital Media and Journalism students were very happy with levels of academic support and learning resources. All of their responses in these categories were between 80 and 92%.

In all of the cases mentioned above, all courses scored above the "sector average" (i.e. the average score in universities across the country). "Overall satisfaction" rates for subjects in the school were remarkably high: all were rated between 75 and 100%. Indeed, the general picture of student satisfaction in the school is one in which students seem extremely satisfied with the teaching, feedback, support and resources on their various courses.