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St Mary’s Top Ten for Student Satisfaction

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St Mary’s University, Twickenham has been rated in the top ten nationally for student satisfaction in the 2022 National Student Survey (NSS) amongst higher education providers with university status (excluding specialist providers).

The NSS is an annual survey, which asks students to rate their universities on a range of subjects. This year’s NSS found that St Mary’s was rated second in London for overall satisfaction and was rated in the top five nationally for:

  • Learning opportunities
  • Academic support
  • Organisation and Management
  • Student Voice

The University was also rated in the top ten nationally for Academic Support and Teaching on my course.

Speaking of the results, St Mary’s Vice-Chancellor Anthony McClaran said, “I am delighted that our students continue to rate their experience at St Mary’s so highly. We have placed in-person education at the heart of teaching and made significant investments in our campus over the past twelve months in response to student feedback. These results are a strong endorsement of all our brilliant academic and professional service teams do to enhance the experience of our students.”

St Mary’s has seen a number of successes in recent months amongst sector rankings, climbing 24 places in 2023 Complete University Guide as the fourth highest riser in this year’s edition. St Mary's was also ranked 5th in the country on the league table for student satisfaction. In the 2022 Sunday Times Good University Guide, the University was rated in the top five nationally for student experience and the top ten for teaching quality. St Mary’s also saw its highest ever ranking on the table, sitting in the top half of the table for the first time in 67th place.

The University was the highest riser in the Times Higher Education Research Excellence Rankings, climbing 32 places since the previous edition. In the 2021 Research Excellence Framework, the majority of research submitted by St Mary’s was 4* World Leading or 3* Internationally Excellent in its originality, significance, and rigour. The University more than doubled its research rated by the REF in the top two three- and four-star classifications as compared to the previous research exercise in 2014.

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