Top 100 Universities For Student Satisfaction – The List

The latest National Student Survey has revealed the UK higher education institutions with the highest student satisfaction, check out the top 100 here.

The satisfaction rate for students studying at UK higher education institutions has remained high this year, with 86 per cent of students saying they are satisfied with their course overall in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS).

More than 300,000 students responded to the survey, representing a response rate of 71 per cent.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School took the top spot, with a near perfect 98 per cent student satisfaction rate, and 85 per cent was the benchmark to make it into the top 100.

No Russell Group universities placed in the top 10, with the University of Oxford and Newcastle University being the highest placed, in joint 11th spot.


Here’s the full top 100:

1. Brighton and Sussex Medical School 98 per cent

2. St Mary’s University College 96 per cent

=3. The University of Keele 95 per cent

=3. Hull and York Medical School 95 per cent

=3. The University of Buckingham 95 per cent

6. Courtauld Institute of Art 94 per cent

7. Harper Adams University 93 per cent

=8. The Royal Veterinary College 92 per cent

=8. The University of Surrey 92 per cent

=8. University of Winchester 92 per cent

=11. The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama 91 per cent

=11. Coventry University 91 per cent

=11. The University of East Anglia 91 per cent

=11. The University of Lancaster 91 per cent

=11. Loughborough University 91 per cent

=11. University of Newcastle Upon Tyne 91 per cent

=11. University of Oxford 91 per cent

=11. Bangor University 91 per cent

=11. Swansea University 91 per cent

=20. Aston University 90 per cent

=20. The University of Bath 90 per cent

=20. Bath Spa University 90 per cent

=20. University of Cambridge 90 per cent

=20. University of Durham 90 per cent

=20. The University of Essex 90 per cent

=20. University of Exeter 90 per cent

=20. Heythrop College 90 per cent

=20. The University of Leeds 90 per cent

=20. The Open University 90 per cent

=20. The University of Reading 90 per cent

=20. The University of Sheffield 90 per cent

=20. University of Dundee 90 per cent

=20. University of Glasgow 90 per cent

=20. Cardiff University 90 per cent

=35. The University of Kent 89 per cent

=35. Liverpool Hope University 89 per cent

=35. Newman University 89 per cent

=35. University of Portsmouth 89 per cent

=35. Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance Ltd. 89 per cent

=35. The Royal Agricultural University 89 per cent

=35. Royal Holloway, University of London 89 per cent

=35. Heriot-Watt University 89 per cent

=35. University of St Andrews 89 per cent

=35. Stranmillis University College 89 per cent

=35. University of Ulster 89 per cent

=46. The University of Birmingham 88 per cent

=46. The University of Chichester 88 per cent

=46. University of Derby 88 per cent

=46. The University of Huddersfield 88 per cent

=46. Imperial College London 88 per cent

=46. The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts 88 per cent

=46. University of Northumbria at Newcastle 88 per cent

=46. Nottingham Trent University 88 per cent

=46. Oxford Brookes University 88 per cent

=46. Queen Mary University of London 88 per cent

=46. The University of Southampton 88 per cent

=46. St Mary’s University, Twickenham 88 per cent

=46. The University of York 88 per cent

=46. York St John University 88 per cent

=46. Queen’s University of Belfast 88 per cent

=46. University of Law 88 per cent

=62. Birkbeck College 87 per cent

=62. Canterbury Christ Church University 87 per cent

=62. University of Chester 87 per cent

=62. The City University 87 per cent

=62. Norwich University of the Arts 87 per cent

=62. The School of Oriental and African Studies 87 per cent

=62. University of Plymouth 87 per cent

=62. University of Sussex 87 per cent

=62. Teesside University 87 per cent

=62. The University of Warwick 87 per cent

=62. University of Aberdeen 87 per cent

=62. University of Strathclyde 87 per cent

=73. De Montfort University 86 per cent

=73. The University of Hull 86 per cent

=73. The University of Manchester 86 per cent

=73. The University of Northampton 86 per cent

=73. The University of Nottingham 86 per cent

=87. Brunel University London 85 per cent

=87. University of Central Lancashire 85 per cent

=87. Leeds Trinity University 85 per cent

=87. The University of Leicester 85 per cent

=87. University of Lincoln 85 per cent

=87. The University of Liverpool 85 per cent

=87. Liverpool John Moores University 85 per cent

=87. Manchester Metropolitan University 85 per cent

=87. The Royal College of Music 85 per cent

=87. Sheffield Hallam University 85 per cent

=87 (100). University of the West of England, Bristol 85 per cent

The data for this top 100 was taken from the 2015 National Student Survey using the Overall Satisfaction percentages for Registered students. The above list was compiled using institutions classified as ‘Universities’ by HEFCE. Further Education Institutions have been excluded from the list.

 

Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/universityeducation/11796195/Top-100-universities-for-student-satisfaction-the-list.html

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