Keele University impresses in National Student Survey
19 September 2016
Keele University has been ranked first (of broad-based universities) in the National Student Survey 2016 for a third consecutive year.
Keele has consistently ranked in the top 10 of this survey but has retained its top spot position since 2014, with 2016 seeing overall satisfaction from Keele students at 94%. Keele ranks first for Chemistry, Geology, Physical Geography & Environmental Science, Physics & Astronomy and has 19 subject areas in the top 10, seeing improvement across a breadth of subjects.
Professor Trevor McMillan, Vice Chancellor said: "It is becoming increasingly clear that academic quality, outstanding student support and high employability are the key priorities for the new generation of students.” The National Student Survey is aimed at final-year undergraduate students, asking 23 questions about their course and university experience.
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