Jan. 8, 2018
Staffordshire University officially provides the most improved student experience
Staffordshire University has picked up the Most Improved Student Experience at the Times Higher Education Awards, which recently took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane. Staffordshire University was up against five other universities for this prestigious title, which was based on a poll of 20,000 students.
Staffordshire University Vice Chancellor, Professor Liz Barnes, commented on the win saying, “This award means a tremendous amount as it’s down to what students have had to say about their University, their teaching and their overall student experience.”
She continues, “This rounds off an excellent year for Staffordshire University and I’d like all University staff to share in this accolade as it shows that the effort that goes into putting our students first is being recognised by the people who matter most to us.”
This success builds on other recent achievements by Staffordshire University, such as recently making the top ten universities for teaching quality in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.
Speaking about their other successes, Professor Barnes comments, "Our 2017 successes include being awarded Silver in the government's Teaching Excellence Framework and excellent employability as measured through the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey.”
The Times Higher Education Awards Ceremony was hosted by comedian Al Murray and attended by more than 1000 representatives from the University sector.
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Content added on 8th January 2018.
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