Myerscough shines in 2012 student survey
Myerscough College has confirmed its position as one of the leading UK higher education institutions for land-based and sports courses in the results of the 2012 National Student Survey.
The survey shows that students are more satisfied with their experience at UK universities and colleges than at any time in the eight years of the National Student Survey, with 85% saying that they are satisfied with their course.
Myerscough College has performed exceptionally well in the survey, achieving an 86% satisfaction result which is 1% above the national average, 5% above the College’s benchmark and in the top three land-based institutions in the country.
Around 287,000 students from 154 higher education institutions and 106 further education colleges from across the UK took part in the survey. The results of the survey provide valuable information for prospective students, and help universities and colleges to further improve the education they provide.
The survey looked to capture student satisfaction levels in regards to teaching, assessment and feedback, academic support, learning resources, personal development, student unions and overall satisfaction.
Myerscough College’s Assistant Principal of Higher Education, Mick Cottam, was delighted with the results of the National Student Survey in relation to Myerscough College.
He said: “This year’s excellent results underline the commitment of Myerscough College to excellence in teaching and learning as well as improving the all-round student experience. We are very pleased that we have once again proven ourselves to be one of the leading land-based institutions in the UK with steady improvements in the survey results year-on-year.”
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