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Overview of Student Barometer Autumn 2019 Results

2020-04-14

CPCE participated in the Student Barometer (SB) Autumn for the fifth year in a row, and its results were on par with its counterparts in many aspects of student experience.

The SB Autumn exercise, conducted by the independent research company “i-graduate”, is a global surveyof studentexperience in the areas of learning, living, support and arrival. In 2019, CPCE received a high overall student satisfaction rate2 of 87.8%, comparable with the global benchmark of 90.7% and the Asian benchmark of 90.3%.

Among the local students of the participating institutions, the survey revealed that: 

  • In learning elements, CPCE attained a very high average student satisfaction rate3 of 90.8%, which is above the global benchmark of 88.2% and the Asian benchmark of 89.5%. Of the 25 individual learning elements, CPCE outperformed the global benchmark and the Asian benchmark in 20 and 19 of those elements respectively, and it attained a satisfaction rate of 90% or higher in 17 elements.
  • With respect to “Careers advice” from academic staff, CPCE received a student satisfaction rate of 85.2%, which is significantly higher than the global benchmark of 78.6% and on par with the Asian benchmark of 86.7%. Besides, the satisfaction rate for employability has steadily increased over the years, from 79% in 2015 to 85.1% in 2019.

The bar graph below shows some of the elements that CPCE performed well above the global and Asian benchmarks for local students in the SB Autumn 2019:

CPCE SB Survey

1SB Survey received around 115,000 responses from students of 215 universities / institutions in 19 countries.
2Overall student satisfaction rate refers to the percentage of respondents who indicated they were “satisfied” or “very satisfied” over the question, “Overall, how satisfied are you with all aspects of your experience at your university / institution?".
3Average satisfaction rate of respondents over 25 learning elements assessed in the survey

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