National Student Survey 2016: 90% student satisfaction
In the 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) Nottingham University Business School has scored an impressive 90% for 'overall satisfaction,' maintaining its high scores for the fourth straight year.
In the annual poll of final-year UK undergraduates, Nottingham also maintained a very high response rate of 75%, reflecting students’ strong engagement with providing this important source of feedback and insight about their experience.
The 2016 results are the University’s best to date and its strongest year-on-year improvement since the NSS began in 2005.
The University of Nottingham's average score across all questions was also our highest, at 4.16. This score across all questions sees Nottingham rise from 17th to 9th within the Russell Group.
The NSS is widely regarded as the authoritative survey to measure student satisfaction. It is an influential source of publicly available information about higher education and provides students with a powerful voice to help shape the future of their course and their university.
Find out more about the National Student Survey in the Times Higher Education
Posted on Thursday 11th August 2016