Leicester jumps 16 places in student experience rankings
The University of Leicester has jumped up the rankings in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2015, moving from 42nd to 26th of 113 institutions.
The survey, based upon the responses of over 14,000 full-time undergraduates, assesses learning and teaching provision in UK universities, as well as their social life, facilities, industry connections and sports provision.
This year saw Leicester move up 16 places to 26, putting it among the top quartile of universities assessed in the survey. The results also showed that the presence of high-quality facilities on campus was rated particularly highly by our students, especially the David Wilson Library.