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National Student Survey success for Modern Languages

Published: 9 October 2012
Southampton undergraduate students

Modern Languages (French) and Modern Languages (German) have received 100 per cent satisfaction ratings in the latest National Student Survey. Other subjects at Southampton achieving this satisfaction level were Ocean and Earth Sciences (Geology) and Ship Science.

The University has improved in all 22 areas of the latest National Student Survey (NSS) results.

Southampton has risen dramatically from 55th out of 147 Universities to 37th in terms of student satisfaction, whilst students’ satisfaction specifically with assessment and feedback at Southampton has risen by 8 per cent overall, with eight subject areas showing increases of more than 20 per cent in this area. Additionally, 34 of the University’s 46 academic units have achieved a result that is above the national average for student satisfaction.

Pro Vice-Chancellor Education, Professor Debra Humphris says: “We acknowledge the importance of student feedback to the future success of the University and recognise these increases in student satisfaction as a positive step forward for Southampton. We have this year introduced a number of measures to ensure students have the best possible experience and get real value for money whilst studying at Southampton.”

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