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The London Institute of Banking & Finance ranks joint fifth in student satisfaction

09 August, 2017Joe Cockerline

GRADUATION168The London Institute of Banking & Finance has been rated as the joint fifth overall and with 92% of its students reporting that they were satisfied with the quality of their course.

The results come from the 2017 edition of the National Student Survey – the largest nationwide survey of student satisfaction. The survey is designed to assess student opinion on the quality of their courses, allowing institutions to improve students’ experience and informing the choices of prospective students in the future.

Commenting on the survey results, Alex Fraser, Chief Executive at the London Institute of Banking & Finance, said: “We are absolutely delighted with the results from this year’s National Student Survey. Such an outstanding overall satisfaction rate is a huge testament to all the hard work and dedication of everyone involved- both academic and professional staff.

“Students rightly expect the highest quality of teaching and support throughout their study and these results show that a small institution can match the experience provided by much larger, better resourced Universities.”

Read the full results of the National Student Survey 2017 here.