The University of Suffolk has been shortlisted in two categories in this year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards (WUSCA), the leading higher education awards ceremony based solely on student choice.
Each year, the WUSCA team receives approximately 35,000 verified reviews from on-campus visits across the country and online submissions via the whatuni.com website.
The student-led approach of review collection means that shortlisted universities are uniquely recognised by students for delivering an exceptional experience.
University of Suffolk has been shortlisted in the following categories:
- Lecturers and Teaching Quality
Professor Helen Langton, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Suffolk said: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted in the Whatuni Student Choice awards. These awards are significant as they are entirely student led so we are therefore even more pleased that the University of Suffolk students have entered us and given enough votes to ensure we are shortlisted.”
The Whatuni Student Choice Awards, hosted by IDP Connect, is an annual event celebrating the hard work of higher education providers across the United Kingdom.
Simon Emmett, chief executive, IDP Connect, commented: “Being shortlisted for one of our Whatuni Student Choice Awards is exceptional. To be recognised so highly by your students is the pinnacle of excellence and institutions should be proud of making it to this stage in the process and should celebrate the experience they’ve delivered for their students over the past 12 months.”
The WUSCAs are the only annual awards that are based solely on the views of real students studying in the UK and allow students to access honest, unbiased data to make the right choices about their future on the Whatuni platform.
This year’s Whatuni Student Choice Awards winners will be announced on Tuesday, May 24, at a black-tie awards dinner at the East Wintergarden, London.
Winners will also be published on the whatuni.com site with a complete breakdown of all categories, including how the rest of the university sector performed.