It’s official: students love studying modern languages at the University of Reading! The latest results of the National Student Survey (NSS) have just been published, and in 2015 University of Reading students expressed a fantastic 100% overall satisfaction with their course in German and Italian, and 90% overall satisfaction for French.
These outstanding results, a reflection of our commitment to innovative teaching and learning, put us well above the national average.
Across the board, teaching in Reading’s Department of Modern Languages and European Studies was rated over 90% (91% for French, 94% for Italian, and 97% for German). German also achieved 98% satisfaction for academic support, while Italian ranked among the highest scoring programmes in Learning Resources and Personal Development.
Each year, the NSS survey asks final year students at universities across Britain what they think about their course and university experience. Our students say that they love studying at Reading. The feeling is mutual: The 2015 finalists were a lovely group of talented students, and we are definitely going to miss them!
If you would like to join us at Reading and see why our students are so happy with their courses, there may still be a few spaces available in Clearing – find out more here.
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