The Courtauld Institute of Art is ranked fourth in the UK for overall course satisfaction in the National Student Satisfaction (NSS) 2016 survey. 94% of Courtauld students are satisfied with their course compared with a UK Higher Education average of 86%.
The NSS is a high-profile independent survey open to all final year undergraduate in all courses in the UK. It is an influential source of information regarding the student experience. Professor Deborah Swallow, Märit Rausing Director of The Courtauld Institute of Art, said:
“We are delighted that we have achieved overwhelming recognition from those who matter the most – our students. The results confirm our high standards of excellence and our reputation for giving the students first-rate teaching and support.
We would like to thank all our final year students who completed the survey and all staff for contributing to the quality of the student experience. We will continue working hard to ensure with our Students Union to engage with and listen to feedback to ensure that we provide the best educational experience for every student at The Courtauld.”
For a full institutional ranking visit Times Higher Education.
Notes to editor:
The NSS results are Key Information Sets (KIS), which are published on the Unistats website, the Government’s official website for comparing data on Higher Education providers. It is used by students worldwide to access robust, reliable and comparable information on Higher Education in the UK in order to help them make informed decisions about what and where to study. They are also used to help create the main university league tables