Final-year ifs students have commended the organisation’s undergraduate banking and finance programmes in the 2015/16 National Student Survey (NSS).
Published today (Wednesday 10 August 2016), the findings reveal that ifs University College was rated by its students as one of the best providers of banking and finance degrees among specialist universities and alternative higher education institutions, with the organisation scoring highly in categories such as quality of teaching and overall satisfaction, when compared with its competitors.
The NSS is a nationwide census, carried out among nearly half a million final-year undergraduate students, where they are asked for their opinions on their study experiences in categories ranging from quality of teaching to personal and academic development.
It is the first year since gaining taught-degree awarding powers in 2011 that ifs participated in the survey.
Ahead of its forthcoming change of name to the London Institute of Banking & Finance, the organisation has already taken steps to improve its offering for students even further. Significant investment has already been made in its learning resources through the creation of the Henry Grunfeld Library and a soon-to-launch student centre on campus. Additionally, senior hires have been made in both faculty and careers to ensure students continue to receive dedicated support, advice and guidance.
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