National Student Survey 2010

The following UK universities has achieved outstanding performance in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2010:

University of Oxford - In the National Student Survey 2010, Oxford had an overall satisfaction rating of 93 per cent, which is the second-highest in the UK and well above the national average of 81 per cent.

University of Leicester - For the fourth year in a row the Geology Department at Leicester was rated by its students as the best of the UK's departments offering full-time geology degrees. It achieved a higher level of overall satisfaction (94%) than any other department.

Teesside University - The University's library resources are one of the top ten best in the country among all universities in the UK and number one in the North East (National Student Survey 2010). Teesside is in the top ten nationwide among the modern universities in terms of overall student satisfaction.

Edge Hill University - The University has featured in the top ten for students' Personal Development in every Survey to date, and in 2010 it is second only to the University of Oxford amongst English universities (Excluding one private provider and two non-university HEIs), with an exceptional score of 4.29 out of five.

The University of Sheffield - For the second year running 95 per cent of its final year students agreed that they were satisfied with the quality of their course, the highest score achieved by any Journalism department in the country.

The University of East Anglia - It is rated joint third mainstream English university for overall student satisfaction in the 2010 Survey. The School of Allied Health Professions was joint top in the country for overall satisfaction for its Occupational Therapy course and joint first for satisfaction with teaching in Physiotherapy (98%) and Speech and Language Therapy (97%).

* Next: THE Student Experience Survey