posted 15th August 2016 at 9:00am
The NSS looks at six different areas which final year students can have their say on: teaching on the course, assessment and feedback, academic support, organisation and management, learning resources and personal development, as well as overall satisfaction (and satisfaction specifically with the Students’ Union).
Across all areas of the survey, Lincoln improved on its 2015 results, including in the satisfaction with the Students’ Union. The university is now also placed 11th in the country for overall student satisfaction, which is a fantastic achievement and highlights the great work beign done here to benefit students.
John-Paul, your Vice President Academic Affairs, said:
"We are delighted that the University, with passionate direction from Vice Chancellor Professor Mary Stuart and all colleagues, continue to take Lincoln in a direction which is positive, building on its successes so that it can move from strength to strength. The Vice Chancellor and her team are focussed on constantly improving the academic experience for our members, which is of course also a key part of what we do at the Students' Union."
The strong and supportive partnership between the Students’ Union and the University continues to grow and we look forward to another proactive year working together in the best interests of students. As the University and the Students' Union both embark on their new five-year Strategic Plans, we are excited to continue to provide services, opportunities, events and more which will empower, support and engage our members - that's you.
Working with the University of Lincoln is key to this for the Students' Union, and we are committed to working in partnership to make a positive and noticeable difference to the lives of all University of Lincoln students.
"Once again, we would like to say a massive congratulations to the University of Lincoln, from the Student Leaders and staff here at the SU, and we hope all students will join us in this too. We're looking forward to seeing what opportunities, challenges and successes the new academic year will bring."