The outcome of the 2018 National Student Survey shows an increase in student satisfaction at Rose Bruford College. The overall satisfaction score of 87% is above that of 2017 and significantly above the overall satisfaction score for the sector of 83%.

In addition to the overall satisfaction score, there was also an increase in satisfaction in Teaching, Assessment and Feedback, Academic Support, Organisation and Management, Learning Community and Student Voice.

The National Student Survey gathers opinions from final year undergraduate students about their time in higher education. It is widely recognised as the authoritative survey on student satisfaction in the UK.

These results add to a series of successful achievements for the College over the last eighteen months, following the awarding of Taught Degree Awarding Powers and the attainment of Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework.

Clarie Middleton, the College’s Principal and Chief Executive, believes the results are a further example of the College’s development:

“This wonderful news comes immediately prior to the College awarding to many of its graduating students our own degrees for the first time. These results demonstrate clearly the value that our students place upon their education and experience here. I would like to thank all of the College’s staff for their work in supporting our graduates so successfully during their studies.”