National Students Survey 2013
20 September 2013
Results from the 2013 National Students Survey (NSS) published this week reveal that Henley’s undergraduate students are very satisfied – they have given a 93% rating for overall satisfaction with their course.
93% student satisfaction – highest since 2009
Results from the 2013 National Students Survey (NSS) published this week reveal that Henley’s undergraduate students are very satisfied – they have given a 93% rating for overall satisfaction with their course. As prospective students consider their choice of preferred university for 2014, the quality of the student experience has never been more important in informing that decision.
Henley Business School scores highly across all satisfaction criteria
- Course teaching
- Academic support
- Learning resources
- Personal development
- Assessment and feedback
- Organisation and management
The NSS is a national survey of final year undergraduates across the UK and this year it asked the opinions of Henley students studying across all degrees in the following subject areas
- Business & Management
- ICMA Centre (Finance)
- Real Estate & Planning
Real Estate & Planning has shown year on year improvements three years in a row and Business & Management have scored in the 90s for three years in a row. Accounting also scored highly, but special praise went to our Finance and Investment Banking programme taught at the ICMA Centre, that scored over 90% in every question and even scored 100% in one!
Joe Doak, Henley Business School’s Head of Undergraduate Programmes, commented “We are delighted to see that our students who finished their programmes this Summer left us with such a high sense of overall satisfaction”.
Run annually since 2005, the NSS is conducted by leading independent market research company, Ipsos MORI. The survey runs in the first quarter of the year across all publicly funded Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and participating HEIs in Scotland.