Students have rated the Berkshire College of Agriculture in the top 10 of higher education institutions in the UK for satisfaction.
The National Student Survey, which polls opinions of students every year, ranked BCA as tenth.
A total of 358 higher education institutions took part in the survey.
BCA principal Gillian May said: “To receive such a national accolade is a real testament to the quality of teaching and learning that students can expect.”
There are limited places in certain courses remaining for the new education year, which starts next month.
Jan Selfridge, head of higher education at BCA, said the happiness of students is vital to the college’s success.
“It’s extremely important. We can’t get the grades unless the students are satisfied in what they are getting in the way of teaching," she added.
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