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University receives initial National Student Survey Results

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University scores 71% for overall satisfaction

Our University has achieved a 71% overall satisfaction rate in the latest National Student Survey (NSS) results, released today by the Office for Students.

We will be conducting a more detailed analysis of our data and plan to release more information later today.

Last year, The University of Manchester had the same overall satisfaction rate of 71%. This year, 62% of final year students took part.

The NSS is an annual survey of final year students from across the UK. It takes place each February. There are 27 core questions covering all aspects of being a university student. There is also the option to add comments and we will now be analysing these carefully and taking appropriate action. Our University uses the findings to help improve teaching, learning and the student experience at Manchester, so our thanks go to every student who took part.

Professor April McMahon, Vice-President for Teaching, Learning and Students.

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