UD student educational experience second to none

At the University of Divinity, we pride ourselves on the exceptional quality of our students’ learning experience. We are delighted to see this reflected in the 2017 Student Experience Survey, released on Wednesday 16 May 2018 by the federal government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT).

The Student Experience Survey (SES) provides a national architecture for collecting feedback on key facets of the higher education student experience and, in doing so, obtain important data on the experience of current, on-shore commencing and later-year undergraduate and from 2017, postgraduate coursework students. The SES measures five aspects of the student experience: Skills Development, Learner Engagement, Teaching Quality, Student Support, and Learning Resources.

In 2017, students at the University of Divinity rated their overall educational experience at 91%. The University was highest-ranked of all Australian Universities for both the undergraduate and postgraduate student educational experience.

The results in the 2017 SES reflect the dedication and passion demonstrated by our academic staff in providing a vibrant and critical learning experience, and the deep engagement with every student’s needs that is made possible by our small class sizes.

The following figures are taken from the National report. You can read the full 2017 Student Experience Survey National Report online.


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