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National Student Survey 2020

Satisfied Students in the Department of Classics

  • Date17 July 2020

Department of Classics records 95% overall satisfaction from students in the National Student Survey 2020.

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The National Student Survey results for 2020 are now out. The overall figure for the Department of Classics shows 95% satisfaction from our students. The results also include 100% saying that staff are good at explaining things and agreeing that staff make the subject interesting.

 

'As a Department, we look to combine great teaching and learning with world-leading research, within a friendly and supportive intellectual community. We are delighted that our undergraduate students are so pleased with their courses.'

Prof. Boris Rankov, Head of Department

 

We recognise that 2020 has been a very difficult year for everyone. The class of 2020 did so well in working through those difficulties to achieve excellence.

 

The NSS is an independent student survey carried out by the Office for Students on behalf of the UK higher education funding and regulatory bodies.

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