National Student Survey reveals high results in student satisfaction
13 August 2015
Overall satisfaction at the School of Planning and Geography has been rated at 91% in this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) of final year undergraduate students.
Published on 12th August 2015, the National Student Survey (NSS) found that 91% of students at the School of Planning and Geography were satisfied with their overall experience. The results showed that 94% of students agreed that staff were good at explaining topics.
Conducted annually, the NSS asks undergraduates in their final year to rate their university experience in areas including teaching, academic support, organisation and learning resources.
In terms of academic support, the NSS revealed that 96% of the School’s students confirmed that they were able to contact staff when needed and 91% agreed that good advice was available when needed to make study choices.
Head of School, Professor Paul Milbourne said: “This year’s results demonstrate our commitment to providing a high-quality student experience. Our staff are dedicated to ensuring that students make the most of their time with us at the School of Planning and Geography.”
Cardiff University has recorded its highest level of overall student satisfaction: 90% of students were satisfied with their overall experience. These results put the University above both the Welsh (85%) and sector-wide average (86%). You can find out more on the University’s central news pages.