Student Satisfaction Rises at Heythrop

students from Heythrop College
Photo credit: Heythrop College

The results of the National Student Survey (NSS) for 2015 which were published recently show that overall satisfaction for those studying at Heythrop College has risen six percentage points on last year and stands at 90%.

The annual survey asks students a range of questions and, in particular, to rate their satisfaction with the overall quality of their course. Results are then used to compare the performance of all institutions offering higher education programmes across the country.

The excellent overall results are a fine tribute to the hard work and commitment of all the staff and students at Heythrop.

The results can be accessed using the link:
https://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/carousels/national-student-survey-2015-overall-satisfaction-results-full

Situated in Kensington and with a student population of over 800, Heythrop College is the specialist philosophy and theology college of the University of London and, since joining in 1971, is the oldest constituent college being founded in 1614 by the Society if Jesus.