Student satisfaction on the rise at London Met
National Student Survey results see London Met receive its joint highest ever score for Student Satisfaction
Date: 12 August 2014
London Metropolitan University has achieved its joint-highest ever score in the National Student Survey 2014 (NSS).
The University’s overall Student Satisfaction score jumped four percent from last year to match the University’s all-time best of 76%.
High scores were received across the University, with the Marketing course, based in the Faculty of Business and Law, scoring a perfect 100%. Courses such as Pharmacology, Digital Media and Politics all scored well above 90%.
The NSS is completed annually by final year students across the country, and gives universities a chance to receive accurate feedback on their student experience.
Dr Graham Taylor-Russell, Dean of Students at London Met, said: “I am delighted that overall satisfaction rates have increased by 4 percentage points and am particularly pleased to see the investment London Met has put into the areas of academic support and student personal development reflected in the steady improvement in these areas.
“These are good indicators of the preparedness of our students for entering employment and we thank our largest ever group of undergraduate award-holders for taking part in the survey. I wish them well in their choices of career and further study.”
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