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Examples of regular evaluation activities


UniSA New Students Survey




New Students Survey

The new Students Survey asks students about their experiences of orientation communications and events, in particular the Program and Campus Days.

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International Student Barometer (ISB)


International onshore students are invited to evaluate their expectations and experiences studying at UniSA including: arrival, learning, living and support. The survey is designed and administered by
I-graduate.

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Student Experience Survery (SES)




New Students Survey


The Student Experience Survey (SES)asks students about their University experience and is designed to help universities and government improve teaching and learning. The University Experience Survey is administered by the Social Research Centre on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training as part of the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT).

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Offshore Student Experience Survey (OSES)


Students studying in UniSA offshore programs are asked to provide feedback on their program, study environment and local services and facilities.

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Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS)


Recent graduates are asked about employment, further study and their program experience. Developed by the Social Research Centre, the survey is designed on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. It is part of the QILT suite of higher education surveys.

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Graduate Outcomes Survey (Longitudinal) (GOSL)


The GOSL is a longitudinal study that connects with university graduates around three years after program completion. Information on graduates’ labour market outcomes are collected using methodology consistent with the GOS. Developed by the Social Research Centre, the survey is designed on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. It is part of the QILT suite of higher education surveys.

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Employer Satisfaction Survey (ESS)


Employers are asked for their feedback about graduates’ generic and technical skills and how their university experience has prepared them for the workforce. It is being developed by the Social Research Centre on behalf of the Department of Education and Training as part of the QILT suite of higher education surveys.

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myReflections


myReflections is a UniSA survey of recently completed students. This survey gives graduates the opportunity to provide information on recent employment or study activities and feedback on their program experience.

 

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