BGU’s positivity scores exceeded sector averages in all themes


The results from the National Student Survey (NSS) 2024 have been announced, and we are thrilled at the outcome, retaining 1st in three categories from 2023, as well as achieving 1st in two new categories.

At an institution level, BGU’s positivity scores exceeded sector averages in all themes. This trend continues at an individual question level where BGU scored higher than the sector average across the board.

The NSS was the chance for students to provide feedback on their student experience and aimed at undergraduates in their final year of study. We’ve been ranked 1st for:

  • Learning Opportunities
  • Assessment and Feedback
  • Learning Resources
  • Academic Support
  • Student Voice

Interim Vice-Chancellor Professor Karen Stanton said: “These awards are a testament to the dedication and hard work of all our colleagues. It’s inspiring to see our students acknowledge the excellence of our transformative education, and the supportive, empowering environment we foster at our University.

“Together, we’re empowering our students to develop the skills needed for a life of positive impact.”

See more of our awards and accolades here.


10th July 2024

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