Student satisfaction at LSE continues to significantly improve, according to the latest National Student Survey (NSS).
The 2020 survey saw 84 per cent of participating final-year LSE undergraduates agree or strongly agree with the statement, “Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course”. This is a six percentage point increase on last year’s figure of 78 per cent and a remarkable 13 percentage point increase on the 2018 survey.
The positive result places LSE as the top university in London for overall satisfaction within the Russell Group and above the UK sector average of 83 per cent.
In addition to the overall satisfaction measure, LSE’s results improved in every NSS category, reflecting the dedication and hard work of staff throughout the School.
Responding to the results, LSE Director Minouche Shafik said, “I am delighted to see our NSS results continue to significantly improve, especially considering the challenges we have all faced in the last year.
"Enhancing students’ educational and overall experiences remains a top priority for LSE, and will be a key focus as we move towards flexible ways of teaching and learning for next term. We have made great progress, but there is still more to do.”