Friday 12 August 2016
Economics and Finance at Queen Mary University of London rank fourth and third respectively in London for student satisfaction, according to the latest results of a nationwide survey of final-year undergraduates.
The 2016 National Student Survey (NSS) questioned UK undergraduates on various aspects of their student experience, including their overall satisfaction and the quality of academic support provided.
Economics is ranked fourth in London, with 92 per cent of students feeling satisfied with academic support and 89 per cent overall satisfaction.
Finance ranks joint third in London with 94 per cent of students satisfied with academic support and 92 per cent overall satisfaction.
The Economics, Finance and Management programme has been ranked the first in the UK, first in London and first in the Russell Group, with 100 per cent overall satisfaction.
Prof. Nicolaas Vriend, Director of Undergraduate Studies, says: "The School works hard with its students to create a thriving, friendly and supportive environment in which all students can express their own potential. It is very pleasing to see such hard work acknowledged in the NSS results.”