Strong undergraduate student satisfaction levels
11 August 2016
This year’s national survey of undergraduate students (NSS) showed a range between 85% and 94% overall satisfaction across all subject areas taught at Henley Business School, with one programme achieving a 100% score.
This year’s national survey of undergraduate students (NSS) showed a range between 85% and 94% overall satisfaction across all department/subject areas taught at Henley Business School, with one programme achieving a 100% score.
The annual NSS survey asked students from Henley’s Accounting, Business & Management, Finance and Real Estate & Planning programmes 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 ranked in the top 1% of all universities in the world.*
Dr Carol Padgett, head of Undergraduate programmes commented:
“In a turbulent world, graduates need to be resilient and resourceful. For me, one of the positives in this year’s NSS is the fact that students in our largest subject area report increased satisfaction with personal development compared to last year’s graduating group. This reflects our commitment to experiential learning and prompt feedback together with our investment in support services such as careers.”
*QS World University Rankings 2015/16