Aberystwyth University has some of the most satisfied students in the UK, according the latest The Guardian university league table.
Aberystwyth tops the table in the UK for student satisfaction with feedback in the 2020 edition of The Guardian university league table.
The university is also second in the UK for student satisfaction with teaching and for student satisfaction with course.
The news has been welcomed by Prof Tim Woods, pro vice-chancellor for learning, teaching and student experience at Aberystwyth University.
Prof Woods said: “Once more, The Guardian’s league table shows that Aberystwyth students are amongst the most satisfied in the UK.”
“These results are testament to our excellent teaching standards and the outstanding commitment of staff across the institution. They also echo the findings of the Teaching Excellence Framework where we hold a Gold rating, and The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide where we have been named UK University of the Year for Teaching Quality for two consecutive years.
“League tables of course are one of a range of sources available to help prospective students choose the best place for them to study. Before making a final decision, we would encourage all applicants to visit us on an Open Day or campus tour so that they can speak to current students, meet some of the lecturers who will be teaching them and see for themselves our excellent facilities and fantastic coastal location.”
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