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Humanities at Southampton in the top five among all Russell Group universities for student satisfaction

Published: 18 August 2011Origin: Humanities

The overall satisfaction for students studying within Humanities at the University of Southampton continues to increase. In the most recent National Student Survey, in which final year undergraduate students from all publicly-funded higher education institutions are asked to provide feedback on their courses, all Humanities disciplines have ranked in the top five of Russell Group universities for overall student satisfaction.

Music

Ranked first in the Russell Group and first within its sector.

Philosophy

Ranked second in the Russell Group and eighth within its sector.

English

Ranked third in the Russell Group and 19th within its sector.

Film

Ranked third in the Russell Group and 22nd within its sector.

History

Ranked third in the Russell Group and 21st within its sector.

Modern Languages

Ranked third in the Russell Group and eighth within its sector.

Archaeology

Ranked fifth in the Russell Group and seventh within its sector.

Professor Anne Curry, Dean of Humanities said: "I am delighted to know that our students have enjoyed their studies with us so much, and have appreciated the benefits of studying in one of the UK's strongest universities for Humanities research. Our constant aim is to give students the best possible experience as well as to prepare them for success in their future careers."

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