Media and Film courses at Keele ranked No.1 in UK for student satisfaction
Media and Film Studies students at Keele have ranked their courses No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.
Final year students placed Keele as the top university to study Media and Film Studies courses for student satisfaction and library support resources, with the courses receiving 100% overall satisfaction.
Keele offers a number of Media and Film Studies undergraduate and postgraduate courses including single honours degrees in both subjects and a range of combined honours optionssuch as Media and Marketing, Film Studies and Media, and Media and Music Technology.
The NSS is a high profile annual survey of nearly half a million students across the UK. The survey gathers opinions from students about their time in higher education, asking them to provide honest feedback on what is has been like to study on their course at their university or college.
Dr Eva Giraud, Programme Director of Media, said: “We’re very proud of our graduating students and it’s been wonderful to see them produce such excellent final year creative projects and dissertations – despite the obvious challenges that arose at the end of last academic year! We’re delighted to receive such positive NSS results and want to say a huge thank you to students for their feedback.”
Dr Maria Flood, Programme Director of Film Studies, said: “Weare delighted with these results, which reflect the hard work of everyone on our team as well as the brilliance and engagement of our students. Our courses are wide-ranging, while also offering students the opportunity to work closely with lecturers and dive into detail on lots of contemporary topics.”
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