UK universities with the highest overall student satisfaction revealed

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UK universities with the highest overall student satisfaction revealed

15 August 2017

The University of BuckinghamUniversity of St Andrews and Royal Veterinary College have tied for first place in the 2017 National Student Survey overall satisfaction ranking.

The National Student Survey is the chance for students to provide feedback on their institution through a series of questions on services, quality of academic support, suitability of learning resources and whether they have been personally satisfied with the experience. In 2017, the survey covered a total of 530 universities and colleges.

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Overall satisfaction top 10

=1        University of Buckingham 94%

=1        Royal Veterinary College 94%

=1        University of St Andrews 94%

  4        Harper Adams University 93%

=5        London Institute of Banking and Finance 92%

=5        Loughborough University 92%

=5        St Mary's University College, Belfast 92%

=8        Aberystwyth University 91%

=8        Lancaster University 91%

=8        Leeds College of Art 91%

I had a very great experience right from the start to finish; All the staff were really great and very helpful. I recommend SI-UK for all students who are planning to study in the UK.

Anuradha Venkatesh Msc Energy Management, University of Stirling

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