Students on the full-time undergraduate programmes at De Montfort University’s (DMU) Business and Law Faculty averaged over 94 per cent for satisfaction* in a national survey – suggesting that they are amongst the most satisfied students in the UK.
The National Student Survey 2015 saw more than 300,000 final-year students at universities across the UK responding to questions about their experience at university.
Professor Cillian Ryan, Pro Vice-Chancellor/Dean of the Faculty said: "I am enormously impressed by the quality of our staff and students and I am delighted that our graduates have expressed such high satisfaction with their courses.
“DMU prides itself in providing an exceptional student experience backed by superb teaching.
“It is especially pleasing as this was the first cohort of graduating students following the introduction of tuition fees of £9,000.”
Specific subjects that scored exceptionally highly were:Economics
, and Management Studies, which both recorded 100 per cent satisfaction, placing them joint top in the country for these subjects.
Other subjects that fared particularly well included:Finance
(96 per cent), fourth best in the UK and best in the Midlands Accounting
(95 per cent), 7th best in the UK and best in the Midlands
Other courses in the faculty which performed well included Business Studies
(94 per cent) and Law
(94 per cent), which were first and second best in the Midlands respectively, and Marketing
(90 per cent), which was in the top 10 in the UK.
The National Student Survey 2015 asks full-time undergraduates to rank their university based on categories including overall satisfaction, course facilities,academic support and feedback.
Posted on Thursday 13th August 2015