Staffordshire University has climbed seven places in the Guardian University League Tables – taking it to its best ever position.
The University has made great strides in the last two years investing in the student experience, which is having a positive impact on student satisfaction and performance.
Professor Liz Barnes, Vice-Chancellor
Its 37th place includes a 1st place ranking for social policy and administration, 3rd place for fashion and textiles, 5th for journalism and pr, and 8th for film production and photography.
The university is 3rd nationally for quality of feedback and assessment given by final year students in the National Student Survey – a key indicator of the quality of teaching and learning.
Vice-Chancellor Professor Liz Barnes said: “The University has made great strides in the last two years investing in the student experience, which is having a positive impact on student satisfaction and performance.
“We have also improved our teaching and student employability, with colleagues from across the University committed to giving of their best, working with employers, and providing our diverse student community with opportunities that can transform their futures.”
The news follows hot on the heels of further improvement the Complete University Guide where it ranked 8th nationally for student satisfaction and 58th overall.
See the full Guardian University League Tables here