Australian universities score top marks07 April 2016 by News Desk
Australian universities - Student satisfaction is at record high levels, according to a new survey of universities across the country.
Australian universities continue to deliver education and life experience at a five-year high, according to the 2015 Student Experience Survey National Report.
Eighty per cent of students at Australian universities expressed satisfaction with the quality of the education they are receiving.
The survey shows the level of student satisfaction at Australian universities has remained high over the past five years with yearly figures never dropping below 79 per cent.
Students have scored Australian universities highly on teaching quality (82 per cent), learning resources (86 per cent) and skills development (81 per cent).
The number of students that drop out of education before the end of their course has fallen, the survey shows.
The number of students enrolling in a bachelor’s degree at Australian universities has increased by 50 per cent in the past decade. But just 14.8 per cent fail to finish their chosen course. Ten years ago the drop-out rate was 15 per cent.
Education organisation, Universities Australia, says the survey results are an overwhelming vote of confidence by students in the quality and standards of Australia’s universities.
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