Nottingham Trent Students’ Union (NTSU) has ranked in the National Student Survey’s (NSS) top 10 for the fourth year in a row.
The annual survey, which uses student feedback to rank higher education providers in the UK, saw the Student’s Union come out 6th* and the University finished in the league table’s top 20.
In previous years, the survey asked students to rate their students’ union as a whole. This year, a change in criteria meant that students were questioned specifically on the role their union plays in representing academic interests. With this in mind, we are delighted to have maintained our position near the top of the table.
NTSU President for 2017/18, Martha Longdon, said: “Nottingham Trent students are at the heart of everything the Students’ Union does and to have such positive feedback yet again is a testament to the hard work of all its staff and members.”
VP Education for NTSU, Jelena Matic, added: “As VP Education, representing and supporting students on the academic side of their university experience is really important to me. I’m so pleased that students have recognised our efforts – it’s a fantastic achievement.”
As we look towards the upcoming year and beyond, these results are a strong foundation for us to work from. As always, we will continue to build on the support we offer our students in regard to their academic interests as well as their broader university experience.
*Excluding small or specialist institutions which do not offer a comparable student experience.