By Daniel Brady, Co-Editor
In this year’s National Student Survey (NSS), Royal Holloway has retained its position as number one for student satisfaction among the non-specialist University of London institutions, such as Queen Mary, and the larger London-based universities, including Imperial College.
This latest independent survey, which takes its findings from third-year undergraduate students, also saw Royal Holloway stand out in the national ratings. An overall satisfaction score of 88% placed Royal Holloway 25 out of 145 institutions rated in the NSS.
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal of Royal Holloway commented, ‘Our community of engaged students and inspiring academics makes Royal Holloway a very special environment in which to learn and grow.’
‘With superior teaching and highly rated academic support enabling individuals to succeed across a wide range of subjects, our students consistently rate their experience at Royal Holloway as above average. I am delighted that, once again, we are a leader in London for overall student satisfaction.’