National Student Survey 2019: overall improvement masks falls

The overall satisfaction of students with higher education in the UK has risen slightly but a number of universities have seen large falls in their ratings, according to the latest results of the National Student Survey. Times Higher Education reports

About 330,000 students at 400 universities, colleges and other providers completed the 2019 NSS, about 10,000 responses higher than last year and representing 72 per cent of those eligible to complete the survey.

Overall, among larger higher education providers, the University of St Andrews came out top again this year for overall satisfaction, with the percentage of students saying that they were satisfied with the quality of their course increasing to 95 per cent.

Read more to find out who’s dropped down the table  National Student Survey 2019: overall improvement masks falls 

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