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The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities scores outstanding results for its courses in the 2014/15 National Student Survey

Criminology; History; Sociology 30 October 2015

National Student Survey

The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities recently celebrated some outstanding results for its courses in the 2014/15 National Student Survey (NSS).

Two of the best-performing courses in the Faculty are based in the Department of History, Sociology and Criminology (HSC).

Pictured below from left to right, are Mr David Manlow, Course Leader for the Criminology BA Honours, which scored 95% overall satisfaction in the NSS, Professor Roland Dannreuther, Dean of Faculty, Ms Lauren Waugh, Students' Union Vice President for Regent, and Dr Francis Ray White, Course Leader for the Sociology BA Honours, which scored an outstanding 100% overall satisfaction. This was the highest score for any Sociology course in London.

Dr Martin Doherty, Head of Department said: "We are all very proud of the excellent performance by the Criminology and Sociology teams and would like to thank our recent graduates for their support. These very high NSS scores reflect the enormous commitment of all HSC staff to teaching and learning, and to the best possible outcomes for our students. I would like to congratulate everyone involved across the department, and we look forward to even better outcomes in 2016."

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