The University of Suffolk has finished in the top 10 in two categories at this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards.
The annual awards, now in their tenth year, were held in London this week and the University of Suffolk was nominated in two categories.
The awards are collated from over 30,000 real student reviews collected from campuses around the UK and from students using the Whatuni website.
In the Lectures and Teaching Quality category, The University of Suffolk came tenth, up from 31st place two years ago when the awards were last held in person.
In the Facilities category the University of Suffolk also ranked tenth, up from 56th place two years ago.
Professor Helen Langton, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Suffolk described the results as a “brilliant achievement”.
“It was extremely pleasing to see the University of Suffolk students supporting us to be nominated at the Whatuni awards for learning and teaching and facilities.
“It was even more pleasing to see that in both categories we have climbed up the rankings.
“This is a brilliant achievement and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to providing an excellent student experience, ensuring that our students benefit from high quality learning and teaching within world class facilities.”