Fresh QILT results show CQUni is bedding down quality outcomes

Published:17 May 2018

CQUniversity has shown it's ahead of the pack across a wide range of quality indicators for learning and teaching.

The federal government-funded QILT website provides transparent information about all of Australia's higher education institutions, from the perspective of recent students and graduates.

CQUniversity Provost Professor Helen Huntly has welcomed the pleasing results noted in the latest QILT data as an acknowledgement of the student-focused approach of our innovative, dedicated and hard-working academic and professional staff community at CQUni.

She noted that “across our undergraduate education courses, for the overall quality of educational experience,  CQUniversity scored 80.5 per cent for student satisfaction compared with the national average of 79.3 per cent".

CQUni is also ahead of the national averages for other areas of student experience, including undergraduate teaching quality (82.6% compared with 80.9%), learning resources (84.7% compared with 84.1%), student support (76.1% compared with 72.2%), and skills development (81.5% compared with 81%)."

CQUniversity also sustained its leadership for graduate employment outcomes.

For overall employment of undergraduates, CQUni scored 90.4 per cent compared with national average of 87.5 per cent.

For median salary of undergraduates, CQUni achieved $62 600 compared with national average of $58 000.

CQUniversity also scored well across a range of postgraduate student measures, including:

- Postgraduate Coursework median salary, CQUni achieved $95 000 compared with national average of $80 000.

- Postgraduate Coursework full-time employment, CQUni scored 88.4% compared with national average of 84.7%.

- Postgraduate Coursework Graduate Satisfaction Skills Scale, CQUni scored 80.3% compared with national average of 78.3%.

- Postgraduate Coursework (Student Experience) Student Support, CQUni achieved 76.6% compared with national average of 73%.