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Students rate Lancaster University number one in the North

09/28/2007 12:13:16

Lancaster University is the top ranked university in the North West and the joint top ranked University in the whole North of England, according to the 2007 National Student Survey, published this week.

Overall, Lancaster is in the top 20 – ranking equal 15th in the survey which contains the views of final year students on the quality of the education they received.

Students were asked about the teaching, support and feedback they received during their course, as well as the way that their course was managed and the sorts of learning materials they had access to.

Overall, 89% of Lancaster students were satisfied with their course at Lancaster, against an average for the sector of 81%.

Vice Chancellor, Professor Paul Wellings, said: “Lancaster University, with its college structure and high quality teaching departments, places great emphasis on the student experience. I am delighted to see the efforts of all our staff reflected in this feedback from our students.”