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25 Aug 2015

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Johnathan Harper, President of the Students' Union

The University of Chester has retained its strong position in the National Student Survey (NSS) with Chester Students’ Union (CSU) holding its place at the top of the region for the third year running.

According to latest statistics, the institution has sustained its overall satisfaction rate of 88 per cent positioning it 2 per cent above the national average. Chester Students' Union has presence on both the Chester and Warrington campuses.

Dr Chris Haslam, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, said: “The NSS is one of the most important sets of results for the university as the survey is all about the students, their experience and what they think about the institution.

“It is very encouraging for everyone at the university that we continue to have very high levels of student satisfaction and once again, we have achieved a really excellent set of scores across the whole institution, with some fantastic improvements in key areas.

“We are very happy with this strong vote of confidence in the university which is a reflection of the hard work and commitment of all our colleagues at the institution.

All final year students from every UK higher education institution are invited to participate in the NSS, which is independently administered by market research experts Ipsos MORI. 

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