National Student Survey

The National Student Survey is a survey, launched in 2005, of all final year degree students at institutions in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The survey is designed to assess students' opinions of the quality of their degree programmes, with seven different scores published including an "overall satisfaction" mark.

NSS is conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). The project is directed by Sami Benyahia, Research Director at Ipsos MORI.

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National Student Survey - Criticism and Support
... According to the National Union of Students, the results have made institutions and colleges take student feedback more seriously, encouraging them to make ... The survey was opposed in its early years by the student unions at Oxford, Cambridge and Warwick ... threshold, they were excluded from early survey results ...
Teesside University - Academic Profile
... The University has won seven National Teaching Fellowships ... The first National Student Survey disclosed its findings in September 2005 ... Over the full range of criteria, the University scored 4/5 for overall student satisfaction - level with institutions such as Leeds and Newcastle ...
Chancellors Of The University Of Exeter - Academic Profile - Rankings and Reputation
... Rankings ARWU (2012, national) 20-30 ARWU (2012, world) 201-300 QS (2012/13, world) 182 THE (2011/12, world) 153 Complete (2013, national) 13 The Guardian (2013 ... has maintained a top ten position in the National Student Survey since the survey was launched in 2005 ... The 2007 National Student Survey found that some 91% of Exeter students are satisfied with their experience compared to a national average of 81% ...

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