Top UK student satisfaction results in this year’s annual experience survey

25 July 2023

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The INTO Annual Student Experience Survey has once again received excellent scores across our UK Centers in 2023. 

89% of international students enrolled in academic programs at INTO Centers in the UK have said they are highly satisfied or satisfied with the overall experience, with a score of 92% reflecting the exceptional support delivered across our Centers. 

89% overall satisfaction | 92% support satisfaction

Our Centers had strong approval from international students for support services. 93% of students said they were very satisfied or satisfied with access to support staff, followed by 92% for personal welfare and wellbeing support, 91% for visa advice and 91% for social activities. 

93% INTO Student Services | 92% Personal welfare and wellbeing support | 91% Visa advice | 91% Social activities

Across our Centers, there were several exceptional results: 

INTO University of Stirling received the highest student satisfaction rates this year, with 96% of students feeling satisfied or very satisfied with their overall experience. This was closely followed by INTO Queen’s University Belfast and INTO University of Exeter, who achieved an overall satisfaction rate of 95%. 

INTO University of Stirling also received the highest score for their learning experience, with 95% student satisfaction. This was followed by INTO University of Exeter who achieved a score of 95%, with INTO London, INTO Newcastle University and INTO UEA also achieving over 90% for overall learning satisfaction. 

For overall living satisfaction, INTO London achieved the top spot, with an exceptional 96% of students feeling satisfied or very satisfied with their living experience. While INTO Newcastle University, INTO Manchester, INTO University of Stirling, INTO UEA and INTO City, University of London all achieved over 90% for living satisfaction. 

Who took part in the INTO Annual Student Experience Survey 2023?

1,925 INTO students in the UK took part in the survey, from countries including China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Myanmar, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Russia.

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