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94% student satisfaction for Finance undergraduate degrees

NSS logoThe ICMA Centre has achieved 94% overall student satisfaction for BSc Finance & Investment Banking in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2016, with year on year improvements for satisfaction of course teaching – now at 96%.

The NSS survey asked final year students from BSc Finance & Investment Banking for their opinions on the quality of their experience throughout their degree.

The ICMA Centre is part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School. Students studying finance have access to practical teaching from a top 200 worldwide university (QS World University Rankings 2018) whilst also benefitting from university experience based on University of Reading’s award-winning Whiteknights campus.

The survey revealed strong undergraduate student satisfaction across all departments/subject areas taught at Henley, and the University of Reading remains above the sector average for the fifth consecutive year.

Student satisfaction results for BSc Finance & Investment Banking:

  • Course teaching – 96%
  • Organisation and management – 96%
  • Personal development – 94%
  • Academic support – 93%
  • Learning resources – 93%
  • Assessment and feedback – 85%
  • Overall satisfaction – 94%

Ioannis-OikonomouIoannis Oikonomou, Programme Area Director for Finance Undergraduate Degrees, commented:“We are very proud to have achieved consistently high levels of student satisfaction for our Finance undergraduate degrees. The results demonstrate our dedication to student-led courses that lead to not only a positive university experience, but a strong start to a career in industry.”

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Published 15 August 2016
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