Edith Cowan University (ECU) and the School of Business and Law (SBL) are proud to once again receive outstanding results in the Quality Indicators in Learning and Teaching (QILT).
The results are from the Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching survey which ranks the student experience for undergraduate teaching and learning nationwide. The survey contains a set of indicators for the sector and is based on graduates’ direct experience of their university.
ECU has been ranked top public university in Australia for overall educational experience for the second year in a row, and was ranked the top public university, for: teaching quality; skills development and student support.
The School of Business and Law has QILT results under two study areas: ‘Business and Management’, and ‘Law and Paralegal Studies’.
For the Business and Management category, we were ranked number one of the 37 public universities for: overall quality of educational experience; teaching quality; skills development; and student support.
The Law program also performed well, earning the distinction of top ranked program from a public university for the first time in the areas of: overall quality of educational experience, and teaching quality.
Out of the 37 public universities ranked, ECU was top ranked in Australia for ‘Business and Management’ in the following categories:
Business and Management was also ranked in the top three for:
The School was in the top five for Learning Resources.
Of the 36 public universities teaching law, ECU ranked well and showed growth in the latest results, with two top placed categories for the first time in 2018 for:
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