Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey results 2022

December 20th, 2022

The survey results place us above the sector average and demonstrate a marked improvement on previous years.

The survey is operated by Advance HE, an organisation promoting excellence in education and striving to improve higher education for students, staff and society. Nearly 80,000 postgraduate taught students from 91 institutions took part this year.

There were 721 respondents from the University of Nottingham and results show that the university has improved on itself in eight out of the nine sections listed within the survey, including:

  • Overall course quality
  • Assessment and feedback
  • Engagement
  • Organisation
  • Teaching and learning
  • Resources
  • Retention
  • Skills development

In addition, we have surpassed the Russell Group and wider sector average in five of these areas, including overall course quality, teaching and learning, resources, retention, and skills development. This is an extremely positive set of results that reflects our commitment to outstanding education and student experience for all of our PGT students.

The results will be analysed in more detail over the coming months as we endeavour to continually improve in all areas moving forward. You can view the results for yourself in the Tableau Dashboard (log in with your university username and password).

Thank you to everyone involved for your support in encouraging our postgraduate taught students to share their feedback.

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