Kent Business School second for student satisfaction in 2012 guide

Kent Business School has been placed second against other UK universities for student satisfaction in Business Studies in The Complete University Guide 2012.

Kent Business School is a part of the University of Kent and has achieved this ranking relative to over a hundred universities. The Guide aims to help prospective students choose a course for 2012, and looks at everything from student satisfaction to student staff ratio and employment prospects after graduation. The student satisfaction ranking is a measure of the view of students of the teaching quality at the university.

Professor Katie Truss, Head of Kent Business School at Medway said: “We are delighted that Business Studies at Kent Business School is being recognised with a strong result in national league tables. Students who apply to Kent Business School can do so confident in the knowledge that they are applying to a highly ranked University, where they will receive an excellent education which will equip them for life.”

Judith Broom, Business BA, said “The Kent Business School is superb at supporting and nurturing successful students.”

Kent Business School has over 21 years’ experience of delivering high quality international business degrees and our students graduate with specialist expertise to meet the challenges of today’s businesses. Our global research excellence underpins and enhances all of our teaching, as evidenced in our programmes which deliver real world skills and practices that employers demand, combined with strong links and connections to international and European organisations, which together provide a unique and truly international business education.

Further details of Kent Business School rankings and accreditations are available at

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