The University has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of the University - above the national average.
Posted: 13 August 2013
The University of Roehampton has scored its best ever results in the National Student Survey, which have been released today. 86% of Roehampton students are satisfied with their overall experience of University – above the national average and ahead of its key competitors.
Students are also more satisfied with their experience of the quality of teaching, organisation and management, and learning resources at Roehampton than students nationally. Compared to last year’s survey results, the University has improved or maintained its position in all areas.
Student satisfaction with the quality of teaching is now at 87%, reflecting the excellent experience that the institution provides for all of its students, including high levels of contact time with teachers and researchers working at the cutting edge of their fields.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul O'Prey, said: "We are delighted with these results. We are committed to providing our students with the best possible experience and we are glad to see that our efforts are paying off. Over the next few years we will continue to invest in our campus to ensure that we enhance their experience further".
The table outlines the University’s results, and the survey average, for the all the question areas. Full details of the National Student Survey can be found here.
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