In addition to providing an excellent education, the University of Exeter is committed to optimum student experience and satisfaction. The recent release of the 2019 Russell Group National Student Survey confirmed their success in this endeavour. The University of Exeter ranked third out of 24 of the top higher education institutions with a research orientation in the United Kingdom (UK) in the “Overall Satisfaction” category.
The Russell Group list has become recognised as one of the best academic rankings since its debut in 2005. It consists of a list developed each year from the compilation and analysis of key data points relating to each programme. The data was collected from all students in the final year of their degree. The parameters include teaching focus and learning resources, both of which are considered essential components to a student’s feelings of satisfaction with their academic experience. In both categories, the University of Exeter scored 87% and 86%, respectively which helped to secure their top 3 placement in the prestigious list.
The University of Exeter has many features that undoubtedly aided in their new status among these other elite institutions: its remarkable faculty commitment to teaching and learning; its administration’s pursuit to keep the school at the forefront of educational and pedagogical innovation; and its amazing students who enrol ready to learn. Perhaps, what makes the experience so satisfying is the university-wide belief in the power of education to empower future generations to reach for whatever goals they wish.
“Education should be transformational and create graduates who make a positive difference in the world,” shared Professor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Education, Tim Quine, in response to the new ranking. He continued, “We will continue to listen to student feedback such as this to make enhancements for the benefit of all.”
Therein lies the University of Exeter difference. Just as various academic departments want to push their students to grow during their time enrolled, the institution itself also takes student feedback seriously in their ongoing effort to make the post-secondary educational experience as satisfying as possible.
The peak of that satisfaction can be found in University of Exeter programmes such as the online MA in Education, which pairs the convenience of online education with a continually evolving curriculum that stays ahead of trends and topics in the field from wherever they might be in the world.
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