The masters course, which launched in 2020, is led by Dr Antonia Thomas.
The MLitt in Archaeological Studies secured an 86 per cent satisfaction rate.
Coordinated by Advance HE, the national survey invites students to have their say on taught postgraduate university programmes. Students are asked about areas including teaching, assessment and support.
Overall, UHI postgraduate student have rated their study experience as the best in Scotland in a UK-wide survey for the second year in a row.
UHI received a score of 92 per cent student satisfaction, meaning organisation achieved the highest rating of any Scottish university and has been ranked third out of the 101 participating institutions across the UK.
Commenting on the results, Dr Iain Morrison, Dean of Student Experience, said: “For the second year running our postgraduate students have told us that they are the most satisfied with their experience in Scotland. To also be ranked third in the UK from 101 participating institutions is quite remarkable and reflects the expertise of our wonderful staff and the focus we place on individual student needs.
“The message is clear from those who know best – if you are thinking about studying a postgraduate qualification, think UHI!”