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Business School Reacts to NSS Success

Liverpool Hope University’s Business School has achieved positive results in the National Student Survey - with overall student satisfaction rates among the best in the country. 

And the School says the success will encourage it to help students to become the ‘very best versions of themselves’. 

The annual poll, managed by the Office for Students (OfS), quizzes almost half a million undergraduates about their time at university and gathers honest feedback for the benefit of both current and prospective students. 

Questions - a core 27 of them - are posed across eight key areas of the student experience. 

One of those measurements is ‘Overall Satisfaction’ - which is where Hope’s Business School has shone.

The Accounting and Finance programme was rated 1st in the UK for overall student satisfaction against all other Accounting degrees. 

Hope’s Business Management programme achieved the 4th highest rating, while the Marketing degree programme was rated 5 th in the UK. 

Each of these programmes gained the top ranking in the North West for overall student satisfaction.

Ian McKenna, Interim Head of School, said: “We are really proud of these results. 

“Knowing that our students are highly satisfied with our programmes validates our student-centred approach. It encourages us to continue to explore ways of further engaging with our students in a way that challenges them to be the very best versions of themselves.”

Liverpool Hope University itself is 4th in the North West for ‘Overall Student Satisfaction’, ahead of the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Liverpool John Moores. 


Notes: 

** Overall Satisfaction results are based on taught institutional data grouped using the Common Aggregation Hierarchy (CAH) Level 3. Source: Texunatech NSS 2020 Taught Institutional Data. The survey was completed by independent polling company Ipsos MORI.

*** You can contact the Business School directly by emailing businessschool@hope.ac.uk

 


Published on 18/08/2020