Undergraduate student satisfaction - high and rising

12 August 2015

Undergraduate student satisfaction - high and rising

In the annual national survey of undergraduate students, all three subject areas taught at Henley Business School delivered increases in overall levels of student satisfaction compared to last year’s results.

In the annual national survey of undergraduate students, all subject areas taught at Henley Business School delivered increases in overall levels of student satisfaction compared to last year’s results.

Henley’s Finance/Accounting, Management and Real Estate & Planning programmes achieved between 89% and 97% satisfaction scores, with students being asked for their opinions on the quality of

  • Course teaching 
  • Assessment and feedback 
  • Academic support 
  • Organisation and management 
  • Learning resources 
  • Personal development 

Henley’s results are included as part of the University of Reading, which is positioned number 37 out of 157 institutions and in the top 10 for satisfaction with the students union.

Dr Carole Padgett, head of Undergraduate programmes commented: 

“Having just been appointed to this role, I am delighted to be inheriting an excellent set of results. We know there is always room for improvement and listen hard to all feedback so that we can enhance the student experience at Henley. Together with my team, I will be implementing a number of initiatives particularly focussing on students’ personal and professional development."

View the full story about the University of Reading results. 

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