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National Student Survey Result

We are delighted to announce that the Warwick Centre for Lifelong Learning student satisfaction was 83% in the 2022 National Student Survey (NSS), a significant increase to last year’s NSS, and a 1.7% higher than the University average.

According to Director of Academic Studies Nalita James, "these strong results reflect our community’s efforts to protect the quality of the student experience this past year. CLL students have appreciated our efforts to improve their learning experience and minimise the impact of the pandemic on their teaching."

The annual survey asks students questions about a range of factors related to their academic experience, including the teaching on their course, assessment and feedback, student voice, and how well courses are organised:

  • Over 90% of CLL undergraduate students find the course intellectually stimulating
  • 86% of our students were satisfied with the quality of teaching and learning
  • Over 86% of our learners believe the course has given them opportunities to apply what they have learnt
  • 83.3% students believe that the course has challenged them to achieve their best work

Student feedback informs the improvements we are making to education and the student experience at CLL. We are pleased to see a positive increase across so many areas. However, we will continue to strive hard to provide the best quality teaching and learning experience for all our students.

See more about NSS result at University of Warwick.

Mon 03 Oct 2022, 17:32 | Tags: CLL survey Warwick University Students