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Colleges get thumbs up in student satisfaction test

Union warns about the ‘gulf that exists between further and higher education’

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Full-time college students on further education courses are more satisfied with their courses than those studying higher education courses, according to a Scottish Funding Council student satisfaction survey. The NUS Scotland students’ union has warned colleges not to become complacent and to make sure that they continue to ensure that every student has the best learning experience.

The second College Student Satisfaction and Engagement Survey also revealed that part-time students on FE-level courses were more satisfied than those on HE courses.

Scotland’s colleges provide a significant ...

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