31st July 2018

Following the release of this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) results Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) is pleased again to have maintained high student satisfaction levels.

In our drive for excellence, we recognise the importance of students not only having opportunities to make their voices heard but also to see the impact of their voice on their learning experience. It is immensely satisfying, therefore, to see the overwhelming majority of our student body engaging with the NSS this year.

Together with our students, we have implemented a number of initiatives including our ‘You Said. We Did.’ campaign along with our regular events promoting positive mental health and wellbeing; all of which are part of our commitment to constantly improve the student experience at BGU.

Dr Rob Boast, Executive Dean Learning, Teaching & Student Engagement, is leading this collaborative partnership and is excited at what the future holds for the staff and students at BGU:

“At BGU we are dedicated to placing the student voice at the heart of what we do. Through working alongside our students we’ve been able to craft an institution focused on providing the very best in education reflected in our TEF Gold rated educational provision and state-of-the-art teaching facilities. The NSS provides a fantastic opportunity for us to evolve and improve as an institution and we look forward to further engaging with our students on their experiences so that together we can continue creating a positive and rewarding learning environment.”

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