Middlesex University has seen a 5% increase to its rating in the National Student Survey (NSS), with more than eight out of ten students reporting that they are satisfied with their course.
The annual survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI, gathers information from final year undergraduates on the quality of their courses, asking them to provide feedback on what it’s like studying at their university.
Jacqui Boddington, Middlesex University’s Director of Student Experience said: “We’re pleased to see this large increase, with many of our courses scoring 100% for satisfaction. We will continue our commitment to working in partnership with students to enhance their university experience, by responding to feedback from the NSS and other in-house surveys we conduct.”
“For example, students joining us this October will find a brand new Employability Service set up to work with them right from day one, a 24-hour library, free printing and an innovative and diverse range of events and services run by both the University and our Students’ Union.”
“This Autumn also sees the conclusion of a £200m project to launch our single flagship campus, and coupled with the recruitment of over 100 teachers and researchers with great links to industry, it's a really exciting time to be joining Middlesex.”
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