The National Student Survey (NSS)
Last updated on 8/14/2013 Print this page
2013 adds to the University's running success in the
National Student Survey
The results from the 2013 National Student
Survey confirm that the University of Hull has improved its
position among the leading universities for student
The University is now ranked joint 10th place out of 103
mainstream English Higher Education Institutions.
The University recorded its best score ever, with an overall
score of 90% for student satisfaction this year, a 2% increase on
last year. This compares to the national average figure of 85%.
Of the 37 subject areas, 29 scored 85% or above and 21 of these
scored 90% or above.
The quality of teaching and academic support received was
particularly commended. Students felt that staff were good at
explaining things, were enthusiastic about what they were teaching
and provided sufficient advice and support.
Students are also very happy with learning resources, general
IT, access to specialist equipment and facilities, library
resources and services.
Personal development was highlighted as an area of distinction,
with students reporting an increased ability to present themselves
with confidence and feel more confident with tackling unfamiliar
The University’s continuing good results in the NSS league table
proves that students at the University continue to be among the
happiest in the country.