The National Student Survey (NSS) is an annual review of students’ opinions of their experience at University, which is completed exclusively by final year students. It specifically focuses on how satisfied students are with a number of things related to their education, ranging from quality of teaching to learning resources. Universities and Students’ Unions use the collected data to help improve what they offer.

The overall satisfaction score for UCA has risen 4 percentage points, from 73% last year to 77%, with individual courses displaying really exceptional results. This is a really positive improvement for UCA and recognition should be given to all the staff within the University and Students’ Union for their efforts towards improving student satisfaction. UCA Students’ Union looks forward to continuing their work with the University to support and further improve on the overall student experience at UCA.

Unfortunately, the Students’ Union student satisfaction has dropped by 3% from 56% last year to 53%, which is a disappointing and concerning fall. However, we are confident that by working collaboratively with the University and focusing on the key priorities of our student members we can improve this.

Posted in: Blog, News on Monday, August 18th, 2014 by



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