Students rate Surrey’s programmes in National Student Survey 2014.
The University of Surrey rises to eighth place for student satisfaction compared to all other UK universities, according to the 2014 National Student Survey (NSS).
And students scored Surrey’s Chemical, Process and Energy Engineering undergraduate programmes with a 91 per cent overall satisfaction and personal development rate (the latter up two spots from 2013).
The courses were also given a 94 per cent satisfaction rating for learning resources (a jump of seven places from 2013); 88 for teaching; 86 for academic support and 82 per cent for organisation and management.
These results follow Surrey’s Chemical and Process Engineering ranking within the Complete University Guide, which saw the subject finish in the top 20.
If you’re impressed by the latest scores, why not explore Surrey’s Chemical and Process Engineering programmes or head over to our next Open Day and discover for yourself what it is that makes Surrey a wonderful place to study at.