Swansea University, 2014’s Whatuni University of the Year, has been shortlisted in the University of the Year category once again this year, as well as in five other categories.
The Whatuni Student Rankings are based on averages taken from tens of thousands of reviews submitted by students and published on Whatuni.com.
As well as the previous 10 categories, including Accommodation, City Life, Clubs & Societies, Support Services, International, which is based on votes from international students, and the Overall rating which confers the title of University of the Year, this year a further two categories are added; Postgraduate, which is based on an overall rating given by Postgraduate students, and the Giving Back category. For this, students rate their university on how much they give back to the community, whether globally or locally. The results of this category are especially telling of a changing sector and society.
Swansea University is proud to be shortlisted in the following categories:
• Overall (University of the Year)
• Clubs & Societies
• Course & Lecturers
• Giving Back
Marcella Collins, Managing Director UK of Whatuni.com parents company Hotcourses Group, said: “One of the most common criticisms we hear from students is that it’s too difficult to navigate the HE landscape, so this has become our driving force. We present critical data to students in a way that’s easy for them to understand and help them make life-changing educational choices”.
The official 2017 Whatuni Student Rankings will be announced on 6 of April at a ceremony in London. You can follow the action using #WUSCA.
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