The university has been nominated in the category ‘Courses and Lecturers’ in the Whatuni? Student Choice Awards 2019 (WUSCA).
One hundred and 60 Higher Education institutions took part and the WUSCO team collated almost 42,000 reviews across the country.
Those nominated are shortlisted across 15 categories. The university is up against nine others shortlisted in the ‘Course and Lecturers’ category.
They are: the University of Suffolk, the University of Chichester, the Norwich University of the Arts, Swansea University, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Plymouth Marjon University, Newman University, Harper Adams University and Hartpury University.
Katie Duncan, Head of Communications at IDP Connect, said: “In a challenging climate for Higher Education institutions, there is nothing more rewarding than being recognised by their students for delivering such positive experiences.
“The reviews by current students that make up these nominations are invaluable for prospective students who use them to make decisions about their future.”
Professor George E Holmes, President and Vice Chancellor of the University of Bolton, said he was delighted by the nomination.
“At the University of Bolton we put our students first and making their experience the best it can be is a prime focus.
“We are already number one for student satisfaction in Greater Manchester and now to be nominated for this prestigious award shows that everyone’s hard work is paying off.”
The winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony in London on Friday April 25, hosted by stand-up comedian Omid Djalili.
Got a news story or an upcoming event you would like including in the weekly bulletin?
Log in with your university account to tell us more ...