On Wednesday 15 July, the National Student Survey (NSS) results were published, and we are very pleased to confirm that 58.73% of students agreed that The Students’ Union at UWE represented their academic interests, which is an increase of 2% from 2019, whilst the sector has gone up by 0.2%, which demonstrates a great achievement.
UWE Bristol’s score has declined slightly to 88.5%, however, the University has maintained a position significantly ahead of the national average, which stands at 83%. UWE Bristol has been ranked 2nd in England and 7th in the UK for overall student satisfaction.
Augusta Chidinma Nnajiofor, President of The Students’ Union at UWE, said: “Student representation is at the heart of what we do at The Students’ Union and we are delighted to know that a good fraction of our students recognise the role we play in their academic interests and their student experience. A massive thank you to all our students, staff and fellow Presidents for all their hard work and commitment in making this happen”.
Both The Students’ Union at UWE and UWE Bristol have worked continuously hard to achieve such a position against the sector, which we are delighted with and will continue to work on.
Please find UWE Bristol’s latest press release for more information.