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Regent College London gets A+ in student approval polls

93% Student satisfaction

Regent does it again, scoring its highest-ever marks in the National Student Survey

  • Overall Experience was 93%, up from 90% in 2021 and against a 76% sector average.
  • Quality of teaching, learning opportunities and management were areas that got the highest approval ratings.

Regent College London is celebrating after achieving a 93% overall approval rating in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2022. The report is a key indicator of student experience and a benchmark for higher education providers.

The NSS is a national voice for graduating students, and more than 4.5 million took part. Students are able to provide an accurate reflection on what they really think about a provider, how they meet their expectations and where they can improve. The results, published on 6 July, put Regent College London significantly above the benchmark making it a leading provider of higher education in the UK.


The NSS is carried out each year on behalf of the Office for Students (OfS), which surveys views on key areas of learning such as teaching experience, facilities and resources, learning opportunities and student representation.


Dr. Michael Pinfold, Director of Students at Regent College London, said: “This is fantastic news, and I’m delighted with the overall response from the student body. It is the best reassurance that our approach is the right one and that our efforts to put the needs of the student first are working. Last year, we hit a 90% approval rating and to not only meet that target again but exceed it tops all of our expectations. I would like to thank all of the academic and support teams at Regent College London for working with students and their ongoing dedication and commitment to the students’ journeys.”


“I would also like to take this opportunity to especially thank the students themselves for their honest and transparent feedback. We will celebrate the positive results and then look into those areas where we can go even further to do more.”