The University of Notre Dame Australia continues to excel in the Federal Government’s nationwide Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Graduate Outcomes Survey 2019.
In the survey results released on the 7th November, Notre Dame scored a 90.8 percent rating for Overall Satisfaction among undergraduate graduates, this is well above the national average of 79.9 percent and positions Notre Dame as the number one university nationally for overall satisfaction.
These survey results also place Notre Dame among the top performing universities nationwide and first in Western Australia for Skills Scale (89.6 percent), Teaching Scale (80.9 percent), Full-Time Employment (78.3 percent) and Overall Employment (89.3 percent).
In the postgraduate (coursework) graduate category, Notre Dame was first in Western Australia for Overall Satisfaction (85.9 percent) and Teaching Scale (77.3 percent), as well as Full-Time Employment (91.6 percent) and Overall Employment (95.7 percent).
“We are delighted that our students continue to say their educational experience at Notre Dame is one of the best in Australia,” said Acting Vice Chancellor, Peter Tranter.
The 2019 GOS was primarily conducted as a national online survey among 109 higher education institutions, including all 41 universities and 68 Non-University Higher Education Institutions. A total of 132,178 valid survey responses were collected across all study levels. Findings from the survey are published on the QILT website: www.qilt.edu.au
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