Students at City of Wolverhampton College have given the organisation a big thumbs-up in a recent survey.
The college conducted an in-house survey among full-time students to gain their views on a range of areas of college life, including their learning environment, provision of online lessons due to coronavirus restrictions and the standard of teaching provided by tutors.
Responses showed that 98% of students feel that the college has created a disciplined environment in which to learn, 97% say that they are taught by experienced staff, and 96% are proud to be part of the college.
Results also show that 98% agree that they are treated fairly and respected by staff, 98% say that they know how to stay safe online following the switch to virtual lessons, and 95% would recommend the college to family and friends.
Louise Fall, vice principal for student success at the college, said: “Due to the coronavirus pandemic we have had to do things very differently this year, so we are extremely pleased with the positive feedback we have received from students at such a challenging time.
“As a leading education provider in the city we are committed to defining our students’ futures by creating a positive and safe environment – which has been a particular priority this year – to enable our students to continue to learn and develop the knowledge, skills and behaviours they need for their future careers, and this is evidenced in the results of the survey.”
The college is currently accepting applications for full-time and part-time courses starting in September – get more details here