University of Lincoln Impresses in Psychology and Design Courses

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University of Lincoln Impresses in Psychology and Design Courses

17 August 2015

 

The 2015/16 National Student Survey was printed last week and, for students interested in studying Psychology, the University of Lincoln was placed top of the 111 institutions ranked for overall satisfaction.

The University ranked in the top 25% nationally for student satisfaction in several subjects, with its Psychology programme ranked number one in the UK. Biology was ranked second in the UK and Lincoln’s Design courses, which include degree programmes such as Creative Advertising, Graphic Design and Fashion, were ranked third out of 72 higher education institutions.

Professor Scott Davidson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Teaching Quality & Student Experience) at the University of Lincoln, said: “This is a fantastic result for several of our subjects. Almost three quarters of our final year undergraduates completed the survey and it is clear that they valued the support given around personal development and learning resources and the quality of teaching and assessment in many of our disciplines.”

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