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NSS - UCL students' satisfaction

11 September 2008


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88% of UCL final-year undergraduate students responding to the 2008 National Student Survey declared themselves satisfied with the quality of their courses, up from 87% last year. This compares with a national figure of 84%.

Among Russell Group (research-intensive) universities, UCL was placed top in London and joint fourth nationally in overall satisfaction.

The NSS is an chance to give feedback on all aspects of university life including:

•    course teaching

•    assessment and feedback

•    academic support

•    organisation and management

•    learning resources

•    personal development.

UCL welcomed the graduating students' perceptions of their learning experience. As in previous years, the university will reflect upon the detailed results and endeavour to enhance its provision accordingly.

The survey was commissioned by the Higher Education Funding Council for England and is administered by Ipsos MORI, an independent research agency.

Final-year undergraduate students will have the opportunity to give their views to the next NSS in the second term, from January 2009.

To access the complete results, use the link at the top of this article.