Friday, 2 September 2011

National Student Survey results rates Visual Communication excellent

The National Student Survey results are out and the Visual Communication division of the School of Art and Design have achieved excellent scores. The division, which comprises 3 courses, Illustration, Graphic Communication and the Joint Illustration and Graphics degree, has been awarded an array of scores that reinforce the quality teaching and learning experience received by Visual Communication students. 
An impressive 97% of Graphics students are satisfied with their learning experience and time at the University. Over 83% of students in the division highly rate the learning resources within the area, and 91% of graphic students rate the teaching highly. The scores for assessment, feedback, academic support, organisation, management and personal development are all very high.
The School of Art and Design, National Student Survey Design Studies results, which include the Visual Communications division, were ranked 17th out of a total of 86 participating institutions - this puts Wolverhampton Visual Communications in the top quarter of the UK.

More details of the impressive National Student Survey results for the division can be found within: 

Visual Communication students are also exceeding the ‘Unistats’ published employment rate with notably high numbers of graduates in creative employment or post graduate study within weeks of graduation. See earlier posts for more details :

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