We have been ranked in the Top 3 Students Unions in the UK in the latest National Student Survey (NSS) for the third year running!
The NSS results were announced on Wednesday 15 July and are based on the feedback that our members give and we are delighted to hold such a high position.
Maintaining our position in the Top 3 Students' Unions in the UK is something we are incredibly proud of and we would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all of our members who have made the past year such a success. As we go into a new year we promise to remain a dynamic and ambitious organisation that is able to inspire our members whilst tenaciously representing students at Bucks.
We have a whole host of exciting plans and, as always, we remain committed to making life better for students at Bucks. There is still lots of work to do to increase the overall satisfaction of our members and we have high hopes for the future.
Bucks Students' Union President, Tamsin Grainger, said: "Another year in the Top 3 in the NSS results is a true reflection of the hard work and dedication our team puts into the Students' Union. It's wonderful to see that the commitment to enhancing the student experience and making life better for students at Bucks is felt by our members. It’s really encouraging to see the improvements that the University has made and to now see the institution performing above the sector average in many areas covered in the NSS, they too remain ambitious and we look forward to supporting them as they strive for continuous improvement, the future is bright at Bucks."
Vice Chancellor, Nick Braisby said, "I am delighted to see the continued success of Bucks Students' Union reflected in the latest NSS results. The Bucks Student's Union does a fantastic job in looking after our students, helping them reach their potential, and ensuring that they have a great University experience. I enormously value our partnership with the Students' Union, and look forward to working with them closely as we build on our successes and deliver even more for our students in the future."