Students at the College of West Anglia were among the happiest in the country after their final year.
The college scored 94 per cent among students who were questioned in a national survey about their opinions and asked about how satisfied they were with their degree course.
That beat the University of East Anglia and University of Essex, which both scored 93 per cent, and Cambridge University with 92 per cent.
Staff at the college were hard at work following Thursday’s A-level results planning to welcome more students.
Charlotte Barber, higher education support co-ordinator, said: “We still have a lot of places available in clearing. And new students will have a lot to look forward to with the brand new facilities on the eighth floor of our newly refurbished tower block.”
However, officials say that none of the higher education courses for the coming academic year is yet full, so students interested in any subject are encouraged to contact the college.
Among subject areas available in Lynn are history, sociology, computer science, business studies, English Literature, construction, civil engineering and childhood studies.
Meanwhile, ahead of the publication of GCSE results this Thursday, college officials are also offering help and advice to 16-year-olds who will be the first to be affected by the rise in the compulsory education age to 17.
The college is running a daily advice clinic at the Lynn campus between 8.30am and 5pm, with an extended session until 8pmplanned for next Wednesday, August 28.
Paul O’Shea, the college’s head of marketing and student services, said: “It is important that students are aware of all the options available to them.”
n More A-level pictures on pages 24-25