For the second year running, Hull York Medical School (HYMS) is in the top ten of all UK medical schools for overall satisfaction with the course in the National Student Satisfaction Survey (NSS). The NSS is a high-profile independent survey open to all final year undergraduate in all courses in the UK. It is an influential source of information regarding the student experience.
MB BS Programme Director, Dr Janine Henderson said:
"We are delighted with these excellent results; we are proud of our students, our staff and our school and will continue to work together to deliver a first-class education at the Hull York Medical School"
HYMS was rated joint top of UK medical schools for personal development; 6th for assessment and feedback and equal 6th in the UK for satisfaction with teaching.
HYMS Dean, Professor Trevor Sheldon, said:
‘Hull York Medical School has received such high student satisfaction ratings in the National Student survey due to the expertise, hard work and commitment of colleagues in the two Universities and the NHS sites throughout the region. The School is a partnership between the NHS and the Universities of Hull and York working closely together to train the doctors of the future.'