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National Student Survey (NSS)

The University of Chichester takes feedback from its students very seriously and works hard to maintain the high quality of its courses. Over the last three years, we have been overwhelmed by the very positive rating that our graduating students have given to their experience at the University through the NSS and our own internal surveys.

We certainly appreciate the care taken by our students in completing the survey, in identifying our successes and areas for improvement.

We are working with the Students' Union to make this a real opportunity for dialogue between the University and its students.

The National Student Survey (NSS) is an annual independent survey of graduating students, which asks students to rate and comment upon their undergraduate experience as it nears completion.

The survey is undertaken for the government by the polling firm, Ipsos Mori, and the results for each university are published, ordered by subjects.

NSS 2016 Results

87% of our undergraduate students reported high levels of satisfaction with their course which is higher than the national average of 86%

Out of the 72 modern universities in the country, the University of Chichester was ranked 11th highest for overall satisfaction.

We are ranked 5th in the modern universities for satisfaction with teaching.

The following of our subject areas achieved 100% overall satisfaction in the NSS 2016:

  1. Dance
  2. Counselling
  3. Theology and Religious Studies

For further information please visit the UniStats website and search for the University of Chichester.