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Student Experience - Undergraduate

Overall quality of educational experience
The percentage of undergraduate students who rated their overall educational experience positively, based on a single question in the SES.

More information about the quality of educational experience indicator
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Teaching quality
The percentage of undergraduate students who rated the quality of teaching they have received positively.

More information about the teaching quality scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Learner engagement
The percentage of students who rated their engagement with learning at their institution positively, for example the frequency of online or face to face discussions, and whether they had a sense of belonging at their institution. Learner engagement results do not include students studying by distance education.

More information about the learner engagement scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Learning resources
The percentage of students who rated the learning resources provided by their institution positively, for example access to computers, libraries and teaching facilities.

More information about the learning resources scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Student support
The percentage of students who rated the support they received at their institution positively, for example whether enrolment systems, learning advice, careers advisors and health services were available and helpful.

More information about the student support scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Skills development
The percentage of students who rated their skills developed through their studies positively.

More information about the skills development scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
  • L/N - Low numbers – The number of survey responses are too low to display
  • N/A - Data not available for this study area or institution
How to interpret this data The percentage shown in this table is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals

Graduate Satisfaction − Undergraduate

Graduate Satisfaction - Postgraduate Coursework

Overall satisfaction
The percentage of graduates who expressed overall satisfaction with their course, based on an individual question in the CEQ.

More information about overall satisfaction indicator
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Teaching scale
The percentage of graduates who agreed they experienced good teaching practices during their study.

More information about the good teaching scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Skills scale
The percentage of graduates who agreed their studies had improved their generic skills.

More information about the generic skills scale
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
  • L/N - Low numbers – The number of survey responses are too low to display
  • N/A - Data not available for this study area or institution
How to interpret this data The percentage shown in this table is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals

Graduate Employment − Undergraduate

Graduate Employment - Postgraduate Coursework

Full-time employment
The proportion of graduates who were employed full-time four months after completing their course, as a percentage of those who were available for full-time employment.
Results are based on those graduate respondents who are available for full-time work.

More information about graduates in full-time employment
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Overall employment
The proportion of graduates who were employed four months after completing their course (full-time, part-time or casual), as a percentage of those who were available for employment.
Results are based on those graduate respondents who are available for any kind of work, including part-time or casual work.

More information about graduates in employment
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Full-time study
The proportion of graduates who were undertaking further full-time study, as a proportion of all graduates.
Results are based on all graduates who have responded.

More information about graduates in full-time study
%
(% - %)
responses
L/N
N/A
Median salary
The median salary level of graduates who were in full-time employment.

More information about median graduate salary

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responses
L/N
N/A
  • L/N - Low numbers – The number of survey responses are too low to display
  • N/A - Data not available for this study area or institution
How to interpret this data The percentage or median shown in this table is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
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Student Experience - Undergraduate

Overall quality of educational experience

The percentage of undergraduate students who rated their overall educational experience positively, based on a single question in the SES.

More information about the quality of educational experience indicator
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Student Experience - Undergraduate

Teaching quality

The percentage of undergraduate students who rated the quality of teaching they have received positively.

More information about the teaching quality scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Student Experience - Undergraduate

Learner engagement

The percentage of students who rated their engagement with learning at their institution positively, for example the frequency of online or face to face discussions, and whether they had a sense of belonging at their institution. Learner engagement results do not include students studying by distance education.

More information about the learner engagement scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Student Experience - Undergraduate

Learning resources

The percentage of students who rated the learning resources provided by their institution positively, for example access to computers, libraries and teaching facilities.

More information about the learning resources scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Student Experience - Undergraduate

Student support

The percentage of students who rated the support they received at their institution positively, for example whether enrolment systems, learning advice, careers advisors and health services were available and helpful.

More information about the student support scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Student Experience - Undergraduate

Skills development

The percentage of students who rated their skills developed through their studies positively.

More information about the skills development scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Overall satisfaction

The percentage of graduates who expressed overall satisfaction with their course, based on an individual question in the CEQ.

More information about overall satisfaction indicator
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Teaching scale

The percentage of graduates who agreed they experienced good teaching practices during their study.

More information about the good teaching scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Skills scale

The percentage of graduates who agreed their studies had improved their generic skills.

More information about the generic skills scale
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Full-time employment

The proportion of graduates who were employed full-time four months after completing their course, as a percentage of those who were available for full-time employment.
Results are based on those graduate respondents who are available for full-time work.

More information about graduates in full-time employment
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Overall employment

The proportion of graduates who were employed four months after completing their course (full-time, part-time or casual), as a percentage of those who were available for employment.
Results are based on those graduate respondents who are available for any kind of work, including part-time or casual work.

More information about graduates in employment
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Full-time study

The proportion of graduates who were undertaking further full-time study, as a proportion of all graduates.
Results are based on all graduates who have responded.

More information about graduates in full-time study
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low

Median salary

The median salary level of graduates who were in full-time employment.

More information about median graduate salary
The black bars at the top of each chart are confidence intervals. To find out more, read
How to interpret this data The percentage shown on this chart is an estimate. This estimate is more accurate when the number of survey participants is large.

Confidence intervals reflect the accuracy of the estimates and the degree of confidence we can have in those estimates. A 90% confidence interval means that 9 times out of 10, the true value will fall within the upper and lower confidence intervals.

More information about confidence intervals
Number of survey responses too low
Number of survey responses too low