The University of Buckingham has come joint fourth for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS).
The university scored 92 per cent, above the UK national average of 86 per cent for higher education institutions.
It shared fourth place with University of Exeter, the University of East Anglia and the University of Law.
University of Buckingham acting vice-chancellor Professor Alistair Alcock said: “We are delighted to be leading the NSS this year once again for the ninth year running.
“Our philosophy is to put students first and these results show that students appreciate this personal attention.”
In joint first place, with a 93 per cent approval rating were the University of Bath, Keele University and the University of St Andrews.
The NSS, now in its tenth year, provides all final year undergraduate students in UK higher education institutions and further education colleges with the opportunity to express their opinions on what they liked during their time at university.
The results of the national survey provide valuable information for prospective students, and help universities, colleges and students’ unions to further improve the education and services they provide.
Programme level NSS data is available on the Unistats website: http://unistats.direct.gov.uk/, and further information about the scores can be sought from the Quality Assurance Manager by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.