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GHSM achieves 100% student satisfaction

Posted on 25/08/2017

In its first year of participating in the National Student Survey, GHSM has achieved the remarkable score of 100% overall student satisfaction. 

Karen Glaser, Head of Department, said: 'This is a fantastic achievement and my congratulations go to everyone and especially to our colleagues Professor Bronwyn Parry (Head of School), Dr Annette Rid (GHSM Education Lead) and Alysia Montrose (GHSM Senior Programme Officer), who have led in giving the students such a wonderful new course and experience.

It is a real testament to everyone’s hard work and to what can be achieved by caring for our students.'

For more info about the GHSM undergraduate programme, visit the online prospectus.

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