The University of Southampton is celebrating improvements across the board.
The latest National Student Survey results, which were published today, revealed that the university progressed in 22 different subject areas.
The impressive figures included 100 per cent student satisfaction ratings in Geology, French, German and Ship Science courses.
It meant that the university rose 18 places to 35th, in the league table of 147 universities.
Pro Vice-Chancellor Education at Southampton University Professor Debra Humphris, said: “We have been working extremely hard with our Students'
Union to engage with and listen to feedback from our students.
"We're delighted that this is being recognised through our improved position in the National Student Survey.”
Southampton Solent University also improved its position, with the overall student satisfaction rating improving from 72 to 78 per cent, leaving them 130th in the table.