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The ICMA Centre scores first class results in the National Student Survey 2013

The overall satisfaction score of 92% reflects the fundamentals of teaching on the course (94%), academic support (97%), and learning resources (95%), through to personal development (98%), and assessment and feedback (91%), all supported by excellent organisation and management (100%).

The ICMA Centre teaches courses on finance, investment and banking at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

The National Students Survey (NSS) is a national survey of final year undergraduates across the UK, run annually since 2005. It is conducted by a leading independent market research company, Ipsos MORI.

The survey runs in the first quarter of the year across all publicly funded Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, and participating HEIs in Scotland.

The survey asks final year students on undergraduate courses or equivalent to provide feedback on their courses and measures students’ overall satisfaction with their learning experience.

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Published 19 September 2013
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