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First lockdown hit postgraduate student satisfaction

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Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey results suggest pandemic has damaged course perceptions

The first national lockdown had a significant and negative impact on satisfaction rates among UK postgraduate taught master’s students, according to a major survey.

The 2020 Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, published on 19 November by Advance HE, found that 79 per cent of students surveyed were satisfied with their programme, compared with 82 per cent in 2019.

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