Academy partner, The London Institute of Banking & Finance, has achieved outstanding results in two important measures of student achievement and satisfaction.
Two of the higher education sector’s most important league tables have recently been published in the United Kingdom. The Destination of Employment of Leavers (DLHE), known as The Employment of Leavers report, gives the percentage of 2017 graduates in employment or further study, and the National Student Survey (NSS) allows students to give feedback on their university and course.
The London Institute of Banking & Finance, which is both a University and a leading provider of professional training, scored 100% in the DLHE and has been ranked second overall out of 142 universities, taking joint first place in London. The Institute provides the Banking and Finance course content and tuition for ADGM Academy.
Alex Fraser, Chief Executive of the London Institute of Banking & Finance comments, “We are delighted with the results of these two important league tables: one that reflects so well the employability of our graduates and the other that clearly demonstrates the value that our students place on the education that they receive from our University. This amazing performance in the National Student Survey is even more creditable since a larger number of Universities took part this year. These tables clearly demonstrate that our students are overwhelmingly positive about their experience with us – both in and outside the classroom, and that we provide them with the skills they need to make a successful start to their careers.”