C&PM achieves top marks for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey
15 August 2014
The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management has received top-marks from its undergraduate students in the recent National Student Survey (NSS), with 100% saying they are satisfied overall with their experience at the school.
While the score reflects highly on the teaching and learning quality within the school, the final year undergraduate students, all of whom took part in the survey, should be commended for the school’s success – being a proactive, sociable and talented group who made the most of their three years at The Bartlett.
“My colleagues and I are very lucky to be teaching on a small programme where we get to know the students well. We are fortunate that industry is always willing to engage and help us, and this we believe enriches the learning experience. But, most importantly, we have clever and proactive students who have helped us make the course what it is – one that produces graduates that industry wants to employ. Our recent final year students were an exceptional group of people who were great fun to teach and I have every confidence each of them will make a positive impact in the future”.
In addition, the school's total NSS scores contributed to the BSc Project Management for Construction being rated number one in the country in its subject area.
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