The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) has been named one of the top ten Universities in the UK for student satisfaction.

It scored 89 percent in the recent National Student Survey 2019 - up 7 percent from last year - and is now ranked 7th for overall satisfaction by the Times Higher Education*.

The results, published by the Office for Students form the basis of university league tables and allow potential students, their parents and teachers to make informed choices about Higher Education options.

The RAU scores above the national average for seven of the eight headline areas that students are asked about, with major progress being made in two key areas, 'Student Voice' (up 15 percent), which assesses the opportunities students have to give feedback on their experience at university and 'Organisation and Management (up 13 percent), which is a measure of the way their degree is run.

Professor Joanna Price, vice-chancellor of the RAU, said: “We are delighted with this very positive response which reflects our focus and commitment to providing an outstanding student experience.

"It is testament to the dedication of our academic, professional services and support staff who create a supportive learning community where every student matters.”

Jess Godber, final year student, added: “The RAU is like a family – you are not a number at this university.

"All the lecturers know your name and are more than happy to help with coursework, exams and work placement questions.”