11 August 2016
2016 NSS results show Comparative Literature students are highly satisfied with teaching
Final year Comparative Literature students have reported high levels of satisfaction with the teaching on their course in the 2016 National Student Survey.
98% of students are satisfied with overall teaching, a rise of 6% on 2015.
100% of students agree that staff are good at explaining things, have made the subject interesting and are enthusiastic about what they are teaching.
91% agree that the course is intellectually stimulating.
82% of students say their communication skills have improved and they feel confident tackling unfamiliar problems as a result of the course.
The department will be working with its 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.