Liverpool Hope University is celebrating another year of successful results in the National Student Survey.
The National Student Survey gathers feedback from final-year undergraduates across the UK, and asks for their opinions on their course and institution. The results are used to improve and help shape universities and their courses for current and prospective students.
The University achieved an overall student satisfaction rate of 87 per cent, which ranks Liverpool Hope as top 2 in the North West for the second year running.
The news comes after the University’s latest graduate employment figures have risen to 98.1 per cent, ranking Liverpool Hope as top 2 in the UK Universities ranking and 1st in England. Figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), show a 1.7 percentage point rise on 2015/16.
Dr Penny Haughan, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Student Life & Learning, said “We are pleased to have maintained a high level of overall student satisfaction. As an institution of Higher Education we aim to consistently improve the student experience and these strong National Student Survey results reinforce this.”