An increase on last year's results shows how the University continues to improve student experience.
Whilst the UK average satisfaction score remained at 86% overall, the University of Sheffield has increased their score to 90%, and achieved top place for the Students' Union for the fourth year in a row.
Professor Anne Peat, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Learning and Teaching at the University of Sheffield, said: “The National Student Survey provides valuable information upon which we can enhance the student experience and I am delighted that once again our Students’ Union has been voted the best in the country."
The National Student Survey is compiled annually by market research agency, Ipsos MORI on behalf of funding bodies for UK higher education. The responses are given by final year students anonymously to encourage honest opinions and reliable results.