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For the eighth year running, the University of Oxford’s Medical School is ranked highest of all UK medical school in terms of student satisfaction.

The result comes from the National Student Survey, an annual online survey of all final year students in all degree courses in UK Higher Education Institutions. In the survey, 98% of Oxford medical students answered ‘agree’ or ‘definitely agree’ to the question “Overall, I am satisfied with the quality of the course.” Additionally, 87% of these students answered this question with ‘definitely agree’: by far the highest proportion in any UK medical school.

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