The University of Law’s students have voted their university among the best in the country, according to the results of the National Student Survey published today (Tuesday 12 August 2014).
The University of Law is ranked joint second university in the UK in the 2014 NSS, with a student satisfaction level of 92%*. The survey canvases opinions among final-year students at Higher Education Institutions.
The NSS included 23 questions covering a range of areas from teaching, academic support, library and personal development. ULaw achieved particularly high accolades for the quality of teaching, library provision and academic support, with these areas receiving collective scores of 95%.
John Latham, CEO and President, ULaw said: “To be ranked so highly is a powerful endorsement from our students and I am particularly pleased that we are leading the way on teaching quality and academic experience. The high scores directly reflect the areas that we invest heavily in, for example our learning infrastructure, where our library resources scored 99%.
“We offer small class sizes, high contact teaching hours, and teaching that’s entirely delivered by faculty with commercial experience and academic credibility - all reflected in our 98% employability record**. The ULaw model is totally student centred and it's terrific that our students have recognised the passion and enthusiasm our staff have for delivering student success.”*
*Excluding smaller colleges and specialist institutions ** 98% of 2013 full-time LPC students had secured employment within 9 months of graduation
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