Learning and teaching
Inspiring the professionals of the future
At Loughborough we challenge ourselves; we are agile learners who not only get things done, but get them done well. As a result, Loughborough is recognised internationally and our graduates are highly sought after. Our learning environment inspires participation, innovation and a work ethic like no other.
Anyone that joins Loughborough is provided with the encouragement and resources needed to prepare and achieve success. This support goes beyond your time here; being part of Loughborough is truly for life.
Quality academic teaching
At Loughborough, our academics continually look for new ways of doing things and continue to build best practice.
We attract outstanding academics from across the world who are specialists in their field, enthusiastic about their subjects, and are at the forefront of current research.
16% of our core employee numbers are represented by international members of staff, covering over 75 nationalities, meaning that our students benefit from a diverse and multicultural teaching experience.
Our students also benefit from greater access to teaching staff. We have one member of academic staff for every 13.4 students at the University (Times Good University Guide 2021).
Recognition of quality
The University has consistently scored highly for teaching quality in all of the Government’s External Subject reviews and national league tables, and it’s achievements like this that recognise and reward our approach to providing exceptional teaching and learning opportunities.
The University was also rated 5* rating for teaching in the QS Stars University Ratings 2017.
The quality of our teaching and learning environment is emphasised by our students’ satisfaction with their course and educational experience whilst here at Loughborough. In the 2019 National Student Survey Loughborough was ranked the top university in England for overall satisfaction. Over 90% of the Loughborough students who completed this year’s NSS agreed they were satisfied with their course at the University, compared to the national average of 84%.