Teaching excellence at one of the North West’s top universities has been recognised by students in the annual National Student Survey.
Edge Hill University is once again celebrating outstanding results in the annual National Student Survey.
Students from Edge Hill have helped raise over £8,000 for national and regional charities by completing the National Student Survey (NSS) about their university experiences.
The National Student Survey (NSS) is now open, and Edge Hill will be making a £5 charity donation for every survey completed by 28th February 2017.
Student satisfaction at Edge Hill University has risen to record levels, as shown in the National Student Survey where the institution has achieved equal fifth position amongst English universities.
The results of the annual National Student Survey (NSS) are in, and Edge Hill is once again celebrating excellent rankings, remaining the top University in the North West in terms of student satisfaction for a second year running.
Edge Hill University has risen a further four places in the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide for 2014 – the latest advance in a rise of 40 places over the past seven years.
Early results from the National Student Survey (NSS) show Edge Hill University students to be more satisfied than ever with key aspects of their experience.