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Durham University

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Enthusiastic Durham Chemistry students more satisfied with their stimulating course

(17 August 2011)

 The results of the 2011 National Student Survey were published today and show that 90% of Durham Chemistry students are satisfied overall with the quality of their course, an increase from the 2010 survey. 97% of Durham Chemistry students said that their course was intellectually stimulating, and 96% of students were satisfied that they were able to access specialised equipment, facilities or rooms and general IT resources when necessary.
 
The National Student Survey is conducted annually on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England by IpsosMORI, using a web-based questionnaire. Durham Chemistry students are enthusiastic about their course and have the highest student response rate among UK Chemistry departments with 88% responding to the survey. The results are published at www.unistats.com