MSc student satisfaction levels hit new high
Survey reveals satisfaction levels across all 83 MSc modules
MSc student satisfaction levels have reached an all time high according to the results of a final term survey.
Eighty-seven per cent of Cass students rated their overall module satisfaction levels above 3.5 on a scale of one to five (with five being the highest).
The average satisfaction level across all 83 MSc modules was 3.98, with more than half of modules scoring four or above and just 11 dipping below 3.5. Eighty-seven per cent of students took part in the survey.
MSc Programmes Director, Susan Roth, said: "We value the feedback provided by our students and continually use it to enhance the quality of our courses and teaching.
"We work hard to ensure that all 18 of our MSc courses are based on the most up-to-date content and are taught by a mix of both academics and practitioners.
"I am pleased to see that student satisfaction levels have reached a new peak and we look forward to improving on that standard in the coming academic year."