Keele has gone further than most universities to help its graduates in the employment market by formally recognising their achievements both in and out of the classroom.
Keele has some of the most satisfied students in the country – only Surrey’s students rate their student experience marginally higher, under our analysis of the new National Student Survey (NSS).
Overall, once slightly lower student scores for teaching quality within the NSS are taken into account, Keele ranks third for student satisfaction this year, down one place on 2014 but still an outstanding testimony by its own students to its qualities.
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