The University of New England has maintained its five-star Overall Satisfaction and Teaching Quality rating in the 2016 Good Universities Guide released this week.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Annabelle Duncan, welcomed the results and praised the commitment of all staff to upholding the high level of outstanding academic and social support experienced by our students.
“Being awarded top marks by our student cohort show they value their time spent at UNE. We can ask for no better recognition than that,” Professor Duncan said.
“The result cements UNE’s reputation in going the extra mile to provide the best possible education experience to our students and is clear that they are benefiting from our excellent teaching, exceptional student support programs, personal engagement and innovative delivery methods.”
UNE also fared very well in the postgraduate sector, receiving five-star ratings in Overall satisfaction and Success in Getting a Job and a four-star rating for Graduate Starting Salary.
“In addition, UNE achieved a four-star rating for Social Equity, an affirmation to our commitment to inclusiveness and our dedication to promote access to education.”
Each year Hobson’s compiles the Good Universities Guide – extensive data on each of Australia’s universities to indicate where they stand in various categories relating to students experience, staff qualifications, research, student-to-staff ratios, and student retention.
The data is collected based upon wide-ranging surveys and interviews as well as information publicly released by universities and allow students to make an informed choice when comparing universities across Australia.