National Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching Affirm the Moore Experience
Moore College participated in the National Course Experience Survey this year for the first time. This tool allows graduating students at Australian universities and private higher education providers to evaluate their experience.
The Australian Government Department of Education runs the survey, and publishes the results on the Quality Indicators in Learning and Teaching (QILT) website.
The site enables prospective students to compare undergraduate and postgraduate student experiences for similar providers. The results are based on independent exit surveys by students, and show that our graduates affirm the quality of our teaching and support programs.
This tool enables the College to provide a range of independently verified indicators on teaching quality, learner engagement, student support and resources. The College has achieved high rankings on all indicators.
Moore College’s Chair of Academic Board, Professor David Cohen (President of the Academic Board, UNSW) responded, “The high quality of the teaching and learning at the College is reflected in survey results shown on QILT. Any university or college in the country would be happy to see such results.”
See the Moore College page to view the results:All News