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2016 NSS results show high satisfaction with teaching, assessment and academic support

Posted on 10/08/2016


Final year German students have reported 100% satisfaction with their studies in the 2016 National Student Survey.

100% of students say staff are enthusiastic about what they are teaching, are good at explaining things and have made the subject interesting. 100% of students say the course is intellectually stimulating.

100% say they have been able to contact staff when they need to and 93% agree that they have received sufficient support with their studies and good advice was available when they needed to make study choices.

100% of German students say the course is well-organised and is running smoothly, while 93% agree that the course has helped them to present themselves with confidence and they feel confident in tackling unfamiliar problems as a result of the course.

The department will be working with German students over the coming months to build on these results and get students' ideas for how we can continue to improve your experiences studying with us. Thank you for your feedback.

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Things We Keep wins innovation award

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Cultural Institute at King's has awarded a prize for 'greatest level of engagement' to 'Things We Keep', a project led by German & European and International Studies teaching fellow Dr Katrin Schreiter. The prize is part of the Institute's Collaborative Innovation Scheme for Early Career Researchers.
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