The Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency defines benchmarking as an activity that can be defined as a structured, collaborative, learning process for comparing practices, processes or performance outcomes. Its purpose is to identify comparative strengths and weaknesses, as a basis for developing improvements in academic quality. Benchmarking can also be defined as a quality process used to evaluate performance by comparing institutional practices to sector good practice.

To find out more about how UNE uses benchmarks, see our Benchmarking Overview paper.

Benchmarking Reports

Retention Benchmarking Report

Success Benchmarking Report 

Completions Benchmarking Report

2019 Employer Satisfaction

2019 Graduate Satisfaction

2019 Student Satisfaction

Information Sheets

Information Sheet - Attrition

Information Sheet - Completion

Information Sheet - Retention

Information Sheet - Success