That's according to the National Student Survey for 2021
The University of Chichester has been named in the UK’s top-25 in a national ranking released on Thursday.
Results from the National Student Survey 2021, known as the NSS, placed the West Sussex institution in 25th position out of 155 others – based on its high satisfaction rates.
Its degree courses also performed well across the board, with psychology, teacher-training, and early childhood studies all rated among the top five for overall satisfaction. The University climbed 26 places on last year’s survey, which is measured on the ratings of its final-year students.
Vice Chancellor Professor Jane Longmore says "receiving high scores from our students off the back of an extremely demanding year highlights our dedication to creating an inclusive community of care that leaves no one behind.
“Becoming a top-25 UK university is a powerful statement for Chichester. To rise 26 places shows that students value the community which has supported them throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.”
The NSS Survey, which is commissioned by the Office for Students, polls final-year students about their time spent in higher education through 27 core questions.