The University of Lincoln has excelled in this year’s National Student Survey. Students have praised the University for their course, educational experience, student life and community.
- Overall satisfaction ranked 7th
- Academic support ranked 10th
- Learning opportunities ranked 10th
Top Subjects for Satisfaction
At the University of Lincoln, you can discover the learning and supportive environment that students have applauded in the survey.
Subjects that ranked 1st in the UK are:
- Sociology: for overall satisfaction and learning community
- Engineering: for learning resources
Your Success is a Priority
Other subjects that students have rated highly feature:
- Accountancy: for learning opportunities
- Computing and Games Computing: for organisation and management
- English: for overall satisfaction and teaching
- History: for academic support and learning community
- Law: for academic support, organisation and management
- Management and Engineering Management: for learning opportunities, resources and student voice
The results highlight the University’s dedication to academic excellence and student experience. Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, said: “The student experience is at the heart of everything we do at Lincoln and we are delighted to see our hard work reflected in today’s results. Our academic and professional service staff excel at shaping our students into confident, articulate graduates through robust support during the challenge of their undergraduate degree studies.”
Better University Experience for You
This is not the first time students have said they have a great experience at Lincoln. The University scored higher than the sector average in every category for overall student satisfaction last year too.
Students at UK universities do the National Student Survey every year, providing feedback on their experience and informing future improvement projects at the University.
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