Student satisfaction at Leeds Arts University remains high in the latest National Student Survey
The National Student Survey (NSS) measures student satisfaction based on teaching, tutor support, feedback, and learning of final year students at education institutions across the UK.
The survey results confirmed that 87% of final year students at Leeds Arts University reported overall satisfaction with the quality of their course, ranking above the sector average of 83%.
Professor Simone Wonnacott, Vice-Chancellor, Leeds Arts University said:
“We are delighted to see such a high level of overall satisfaction from our students, reflected in the National Students Survey 2018. This is testament to the dedication of our staff who deliver a high quality teaching experience for our students.
As the only specialist arts university in the North of England, we are grateful that so many of our students chose to share their views and recognise the University.”
The industry standard facilities at the University were also ranked highly, with 92% of students reporting satisfaction with the learning resources, including workshops, IT resources and the University library. Students at the University are also impressed with the learning opportunities provided by their courses, with 90% satisfaction recorded.
The NSS is a nationally recognised annual survey cordinated by the Office for Students, giving final year undergraduate students an opportunity to provide anonymous feedback on what it has been like to study on their course. Full results are available here.