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In a blog post, Andrew Mc Rae, Head of the University of Exeter’s English department, said: TEF, according to NUS, is a vehicle designed to increase fees.
An NUS spokesperson said: “The NSS is open until April, so any comment on numbers before then would be based on incomplete information, as you’d expect there to be peaks and troughs across the three month period.Students also showed satisfaction with the overall programme delivery, giving the second highest score - 97 per cent - in the country for teaching quality. ‘Academic support’ and ‘organisation and management’ were also impressive results, with ULaw ranking third for both categories. As part of the Government's White Paper reforms to higher education, this year’s student satisfaction scores are to be used alongside graduate employment statistics to determine teaching quality in universities – known as the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF).Those that score highly will be granted permission to increase tuition fees for undergraduates above the current cap of £9,000 per year.
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ULaw, on the other hand, improved its score by nine per cent over 2015. “As part of the increased investment, £2 million will be focused on teaching excellence; £4 million will go towards new academic posts to support educational programmes, and more than £5 million will be dedicated to ‘LSE LIFE’ - an academic, personal, and professional development centre for students, which will open this September.” Sir Anthony Seldon, the new vice-chancellor of Buckingham University, said: “Whilst studying at some other universities can mean big, impersonal lectures, and just being a number, our high staff-student ratio and open door policy results in students getting all the help they need from tutors, and enjoying the benefits of small Oxbridge-style tutorial groups.” Professor Andrea Nollent, vice-chancellor at ULaw, said its mission is to always place the quality of teaching “at the heart of all that we do as a university.” She added: “We know students respond extremely positively to the law being taught in a practical, applied, and highly dynamic way.