Bond Business scores high in student satisfaction

Bond Business School has earned top marks in the latest University Experience Survey (UES), scoring up to 35 per cent better than the Australian average for student satisfaction.

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The survey, which measures the level of engagement and satisfaction of undergraduate students, revealed Bond Business had a 97 per cent satisfaction rate for learning resources, compared to the national average of 85 per cent, and 96 per cent for skills development and teaching quality, compared to 78 per cent for both nationally.

Bond also scored highly in the areas of learner engagement (93 per cent, compared to 58 per cent) and student support (82 per cent, compared to 71 per cent).

The UES is a national survey of first and later year undergraduate students in Australian universities. The research findings are used by universities and governments to continuously improve the student experience.

Bond Faculty of Business Dean Professor Mark Hirst said the results were a reflection of the faculty’s dedication to its students.

“Bond Business has performed exceptionally well in the UES, which is testament to our student-centric approach,” he said.

“It is encouraging to see that our students are experiencing great satisfaction throughout their studies as well as excellent academic outcomes.”

About Bond University Business School

The Bond Business School is Australia’s first and most dynamic private business school, dedicated to grooming individuals for executive-level management careers in the global marketplace.

The Bond Faculty of Business comprises dedicated professionals who have experience as consultants, entrepreneurs, investors, advisors, board members and executives. Through strong research credentials, industry experience and passion for teaching, their level of expertise allows them to provide a tailored and student-centred educational experience.

Popular programs include
  • Master of Business
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Accounting
  • Master of Finance

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