Keele enters UK Top 10 for Student Satisfaction


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National Student Survey
Posted on 17 August 2011
Keele students were particularly pleased with the intellectual stimulation that their course offered and the quality of feedback they receive from academic staff.

Keele University has today (17th August 2011) been confirmed nationally as a top ten University by the National Student Survey. The annual survey which began in 2007 has shown that 90% of Keele students were satisfied with their course compared to an average of just 83% nationally.

Keele students were particularly pleased with the intellectual stimulation that their course offered and the quality of feedback they receive from academic staff. Students also indicated that they felt Keele's courses made them more confident personally and equipped them to deal with a breadth of challenges that modern day graduates are required to face.

Commenting on the results Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Rama Thirunamachandran, said "This is an excellent result for the University and is testament to all the hard work of both staff and students. Keele recognises that students have real choice in where to study and we take very seriously the responsibility of supporting them and ensuring that they get the most from their time at Keele."


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