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Find out how Royal Holloway fared in the Times Higher Education Student Survey

Posted on 17/02/2011

Royal Holloway, University of London has been rated as the fifth most improved university for student experience in the country. The College was ranked in 69th place in the Times Higher Education Student Survey in 2009 but has since climbed to 53rd place overall.

Vice-Principal Professor Geoff Ward said: “While all league tables need to be read with caution, it is pleasing to see that Royal Holloway has risen to number five in the listing for the most improved student experience.

"As the student experience will be so central to our success in the next few years, it is vital that we heed the strong signals that our students are sending us about what is most valuable and stimulating about their time at Royal Holloway. While we are clearly heading in the right direction, the challenge for the College will be to ensure an equally high standard of provision across all aspects of the student experience.”

For more information visit: http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=415180&c=2



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