St Mary’s University climbed 20 places to sit amongst London’s top ten for overall satisfaction.

Students at the university rated their overall experience at 85% which was ahead of sector average and almost half of the University’s programmes achieved above 90%.

The data, which was released from the National Student Survey, revealed that English and Acting achieved 100% satisfaction.

Professor Francis Campbell, St Mary’s Vice-Chancellor, said, “One of the most important metrics we evaluate ourselves on at St Mary’s is student satisfaction.

“I am particularly pleased to see that we have ranked sixth in London for Student Voice, we invest a great deal in ensuring our students are represented at all levels of the institution and this is a great endorsement of our work in this area.

“As an institution, we put the student experience at the heart of everything we do. Whilst there is still scope for improvement, I am delighted to see that we are amongst the top ten institutions in London for student satisfaction.”

In June, the University achieved the Silver award in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), with Times Higher Education ranking St Mary’s in the top five London institutions.

Earlier in 2017, students at St Mary’s also nominated the University for eight awards at the Whatuni? Student Choice Awards, including Job Prospects, Student Support, Accommodation and Students’ Union, ranking it number one in London overall.