New National Student Survey results show satisfaction rising for LSBU courses
London South Bank University (LSBU) has made significant improvements in the new National Student Survey (NSS) 2022 with overall student satisfaction up by 3.5% since 2021.
The National Student Survey (NSS) 2022 includes important feedback from LSBU students about their courses:
- Overall student satisfaction with LSBU's courses has risen by 3.5% percentage points in the past year.
- Overall student satisfaction with LSBU’s: Business Management with Accounting, Building Services Engineering, Learning Disabilities Nursing, and Engineering Product Design courses is 100%.
- Overall student satisfaction for LSBU’s Civil Engineering courses is 95.2%
- Overall student satisfaction for LSBU’s Mechanical Engineering course is 90.9%
- Overall student satisfaction for LSBU’s General, Applied and Forensic Science courses is 81.8%, 1.8% over the average across all universities.
Professor Tara Dean, LSBU’s Provost, said, “The National Student Survey includes some encouraging results and higher standards at LSBU, with overall student satisfaction for their courses increasing by 3.5% percentage points in the past year. I’m delighted the National Student Survey shows 100% of our students were satisfied with six LSBU courses including: Business Management with Accounting, Engineering Product Design and Learning Disabilities Nursing, with many more LSBU courses ranked well above 90%.
“LSBU courses deliver high standards for students to learn the advanced skills needed to build successful careers. That’s why our graduates secure leading roles in the NHS, Civil Service and major businesses around the world. The quality of teaching and research is underlined by LSBU student and staff success at over 30 prestigious awards in the past year including winning: a Mayor of London 2021 Entrepreneur Award, a Royal Television Society London Television 2022 Award and a 2022 Olivier Award. And last month, the Research Excellence Framework 2021 said 68% of the research submissions by LSBU were ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, a 14% rise from 2014.”