The University of Notre Dame Australia has again excelled in the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) Student Experience Survey.
Data released today (11 March) from the 2019 Student Experience Survey has shown that Notre Dame scores an 88.4 percent rating for Overall Quality of Educational Experience, well above the national average of 78.9 percent. This figure places us within the top two universities nationally – and first in Western Australia (WA) – for Overall Quality of Educational Experience among undergraduates.
The 2019 Student Experience Survey shows Notre Dame is also the first university nationally for Skills Development, as well as first in WA and second in NSW for Teaching Quality, Student Support and Learner Engagement among undergraduates.
Findings among the survey’s postgraduate students put Notre Dame at number one out of universities in WA for Overall Quality of Educational Experience, Teaching Quality and Skills Development in the Postgraduate (Coursework) category.
Notre Dame’s Vice Chancellor, Professor Francis Campbell, said the results reflect the University’s ongoing commitment to delivering an excellent education for students. “At Notre Dame our students are our top priority, so we are pleased to hear that they continue to rate the quality of their educational experience so highly,” he said.
Results from the survey are published on the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) website: compared.edu.au.
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