The University of Sheffield Students' Union has come out top in a major national survey of student satisfaction.
The accolade is part of the 2012 National Student Survey at Russell Group Universities.
The Russell Group is the organisation that represents 24 of the country's top universities.
The University of Sheffield Students' Union gains the highest score of any university in the group, with a 95 per cent satisfaction rating.
It is also the top performing Students' Union in any institution across the country.
With overall course satisfaction at 90 per cent, the University as whole also retains its very high position at fourth equal, alongside Newcastle University and only narrowly behind Cambridge, Oxford and Exeter.
SU President Abdi Suleiman commented: 'Our Students' Union has succeeded in creating a community capable of winning changes from the university and beyond, adding to an active student experience and contributing to the local society.'
'That is why 95 per cent of Sheffield University students genuinely appreciate the Students' Unions contribution to their time at university.'