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Survey results from Student Barometer Autumn 2018
2018年秋季學生指標調查結果

2019-03-28

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Survey results from Student Barometer Autumn 2018

 

CPCE participated in the Student Barometer (SB) exercise for the fourth consecutive year, and its performance continues to compare favorably with global benchmarks in many aspects of students’ experience.

The SB Autumn exercise, conducted by the independent research company “i-graduate”, is a global survey1 of students’ experience in areas of learning, living, support and arrival.  In 2018, CPCE received a high overall student satisfaction rate2 of 89.8%, which is in line with the global benchmark and above the Asian benchmark.  The survey among the local students of the participating institutions revealed that: 

• In terms of learning elements, CPCE received an average student satisfaction rate3 of 89.5%, which is above the global and Asian benchmarks. CPCE also ranked top 3 among the 19 participating Asian institutions for good teachers, quality lectures, learning support, programme organisation, programme content and class size.

• With respect to career advice from academic staff, CPCE received a student satisfaction rate of 85.5%, which is significantly higher than the global benchmark. Additionally, there is an upward trend of satisfaction rate for employability over the years, i.e. from 79% in 2015 to 83.2% in 2018.  

The bar graph below shows some of the elements that CPCE has performed well above the Asia and global benchmarks in the SB Autumn 2018:

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1. SB Autumn Survey received around 130,700 responses from students of 50 universities/ institutions located in different countries, including 19 in Asia.
2. Overall satisfaction rate refers to the percentage of respondents who indicated they were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” over the question, “Overall, how satisfied are you with all aspects of your experience at your university/ institution?”
3. Average satisfaction rate of respondents over 23 learning elements assessed in the survey.