University of St Andrews tops National Student Survey results 2018
30 July 2018
For the 10th time in 12 years, the University of St Andrews in Scotland has topped the National Student Survey 2018.
The oldest university in Scotland topped the ranking with 94% student satisfaction, 3% clear of its closest challengers which all tied for runner-up, the University of Buckingham, the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama and the London Institute of Banking and Finance.
Over 320,000 students currently studying in the UK took part in the survey, which asks a wide variety of questions on academic support, management and learning opportunities. St Andrews Principal, Professor Sally Mapstone, said: “This is a terrific result and a tribute to the commitment of academic and professional staff across the University of St Andrews who provide an outstanding environment and experience for our students.”
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