STUDENTS at North-east universities are among the most satisfied in Scotland.
An annual survey asking how satisfied undergraduates are with their course has ranked the University of Aberdeen as joint third best in Scotland.
Aberdeen received a rating of 88% and Robert Gordon University was not far behind with 86%.
A total of 14 institutions took part in the study.
The university of St Andr e ws , S c o t l a n d ’ s oldest university, took the top spot in the annual survey with a ranking of 93%.
Across Scotland 86% of students said they were happy with their course.
Graeme Kirkpatrick, depute president of NUS Scotland, said: “It’s excellent news that for students in Scotland the overall satisfaction rate with their university remains high, but there is a lot of room for improvement.
“There are clearly still serious concerns over the quality of feedback from lecturers and tutors.”
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