The National Student Survey 2018 has seen Leeds Beckett University rise over 50 places for student satisfaction, putting them on equal footing with top ranked universities Durham, Sheffield and Warwick.
Student satisfaction at Leeds Beckett has reached its highest ever level in the National Student Survey 2018, as published by the Times Higher Education.
Results from the survey put Leeds Beckett 3% higher than the UK national average for student satisfaction, with some courses achieving 100% satisfaction, including Economics for Business, and Retail Management. Satisfaction amongst Leeds Beckett students was particularly high in relation to the quality of teaching and academic support, as well as resources and facilities.
The annual National Student Survey (NSS) asks final year undergraduate students from universities across the UK a range of questions on areas such as teaching, learning and resources. The results are published by the Office for Students and reported by the Times Higher Education magazine.
Professor Peter Slee, Vice Chancellor of Leeds Beckett University, said "These very positive NSS results tell students they will get an excellent education and a positive student experience here at Leeds Beckett University. Our scores are the result of the hard work and dedication of all our colleagues.
"These results are part of a growing upward trend. This year we achieved our highest ever research and enterprise income, and have begun a £130m building programme designed to further improve the experience of our students and staff.”
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