UCL School of Management is delighted to have received its best ever NSS results, with an average student satisfaction score of 93%.
The National Student Survey (NSS) is an independent survey for undergraduate students in the UK to share their thoughts on their university experience, looking at the academic support, available learning resources, student voice and much more. Almost half a million students at universities across the country participate in this survey annually. We use the results to identify our areas of strength and weakness, helping improve the overall student experience for current and prospective students.
For the second year running our BSc/MSci Management Science programme achieved an overall satisfaction score of 94% and our BSc Information Management for Business programme improved upon last year’s results to achieve 92% overall.
These results are thanks to the hard work of all staff involved with the programmes who take the feedback we receive seriously and act upon it swiftly to ensure we deliver programmes to the highest standards. It demonstrates their dedicated support to students, especially in these unprecedented times.
The results now place UCL School of Management as the leader in the ‘Management Studies’ category among all Russell Group universities.
Despite the challenges facing the world right now, we’re working hard to ensure that students studying with us during 2020/21 have an excellent learning experience too, and this is our immediate priority.
You can see the full list of the NSS results here.