Mon 11 September 2017, The Guardian

How can universities ensure their students are satisfied?

By Harriet Swain
S atisfied students have always made for happy university managers. But the stakes are even higher now that measures of satisfaction are being used to evaluate universities. For the past 12 years the National Student Survey has sought to capture what final-year students at publicly funded universities think about their...
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