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Top UK Universities for Student Satisfaction Announced by NSS 2020

20 July 2020

Students of Brighton and Sussex Medical School are the most satisfied as indicated by the results of the National Student Survey 2020. With a 96.43% overall student satisfaction score, Brighton and Sussex Medical School is followed by last year’s winner, St. Andrews University, with a score of 92.73%. 

The 2020 National Student Survey was undertaken by 311,432 students from around 396 educational institutes including universities, colleges and alternative education providers in the UK. Student survey gathered student opinions regarding the overall quality of their courses to which 83% of the students expressed their satisfaction with the course. 

Other universities in the top 5 for overall satisfaction score are Conservatoire for Dance and Drama at 3rd, Writtle University College at 4th and University of Law at 5th position. 

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Universities featured in this article:

  • Brighton and Sussex Medical School
  • University of St Andrews
  • Conservatoire for Dance and Drama
  • Writtle University College
  • University of Law

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