Students happy with uni
THE majority of undergraduates at Swansea University are satisfied with the student experience, according to the latest National Student Survey.
The UK-wide survey of students' views is carried out anonymously by Ipsos- MORI. Students are asked their views on areas such as teaching, assessment and feedback and academic support. And the latest result shows
Eighty-six per cent said they were satisfied with their overall Swansea student experience.
More than 2,000 Swansea students completed the 2013 survey, representing 72 per cent of all those eligible.
Professor Alan Speight, pro-vice chancellor for student experience, said: "I am delighted to see that we have maintained our high levels of student satisfaction."