London South Bank University Law students second most satisfied in London
07 July 2016
The latest National Student Survey has revealed a 92 per cent satisfaction rate for London South Bank University Law courses, giving the University the second highest ranking in London.
This puts LSBU’s law school in the top rank when compared to all universities in London, with only Greenwich above, and has also contributed to rise of the University’s ranking in the Guardian University League Tables 2017.
The National Student Survey runs across all publicly funded Higher Education Institutions in the UK, as well as other providers of higher education. The survey is mainly aimed at final-year undergraduate students who are asked to provide honest feedback about their course and learning experience.
Meet London South Bank University as they visit the SI-UK London office on July 14th for a special Open Day. Eight other UK universities will also be in attendance, so book your free appointment today.
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