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Published: 12 August 2014

Seven-place rise nationally for student satisfaction with law programmes

NSS 2014 results show overall satisfaction at 92 per cent.

Student satisfaction with law programmes at the University of Surrey continues to improve, according to the results of the 2014 National Student Survey (NSS).

Law rose seven places to 24th nationally, with overall satisfaction of 92 per cent. Satisfaction with learning resources rose particularly strongly, a reflection of excellent facilities provided by our dedicated Law Library.

The results of the NSS, which gathers opinions from final-year undergraduates on the quality of their courses, saw the University of Surrey as a whole rise to eighth place nationally.

Discover more about undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at the University of Surrey on our law subject page.

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