The University of Leeds scores 89% for overall student satisfaction in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS). Students spoke highly of their academic experience, with the university scoring 91% in the library and IT resources category. The result is the highest among Russell Group institutions that took part this year.
Student evaluation of education at the university highlights the staff’s commitment to high-quality teaching and improving the learning experience. Professor Tom Ward, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, explains that the University’s goal is to develop students into independent and critical thinkers who can make a difference outside academic life: “Our excellent teaching and student experience is consistently being recognised, not only through the NSS, but across a range of indicators including the new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).”
Every year the National Student Survey asks undergraduates to rate their course and university experience. The university is keen to encourage students to attend open days, where you can learn more about the opportunities available at the University of Leeds.
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