QILT uncovers disciplines that deliver for students

The new QILT student survey results (CMM yesterday) reveal things don’t change in discipline teaching-cultures. Dentistry students are the least pleased with the overall undergraduate experience at all universities, with a national 71 rating, down four from last year (the all-disciplines satisfaction figure is 79).  Computing is also declining down three to 71.  Disciplines with the highest ratings for overall education experience are science and maths (81), ag and environment (80), health services (80), medicine (83), pharmacy (81), rehabilitation (87), humanities, culture and social sciences(82), social work (82), psychology (83) and communications (81).


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