Multiple-year student satisfaction ratings: journalism schools in Australia

The first table below shows the overall satisfaction rating for each university or college in each of the last four years, based on graduating students’ assessments. Institutions are listed in alphabetical order. The second table shows the average rating for each institution, ranked from highest to lowest. (See also Top journalism schools.)

Overall student satisfaction: Australian journalism schools

2008 2007 2006 2005
Bond 100
Canberra 85 73 48 77
Central Queensland U 75 50 100
Charles Sturt 80 100 80 50
Curtin 59 71 59 61
Deakin 78 72 77 73
Edith Cowan 82 79 69 57
Griffith 57 64 61 67
James Cook 62 89 72 61
Jschool 100 100 100 100
La Trobe 64 53 74 75
Murdoch 79 74 84 88
Monash 77 72 76 72
Notre Dame 75 80
QUT 69 75 75 63
RMIT 80 100 69 60
UTS 76 87 74 88
Univ of Newcastle 86 35 40 52
Univ of Queensland 42 45 48 52
Univ of South Australia 77 58 68 74
Univ of Southern Qld 72 79 60 68
Univ of Sunshine Coast 85 86 100 100
Univ of Tasmania 81 58 75 70
Univ of Western Sydney 82 78 73 100
Univ of Wollongong 67 44 60 50

 

Averages are shown where data is available for at least three of the past four years.

Average student satisfaction rating: Australian journalism schools

4 year average
 %
1 Jschool Journalism College (Brisbane) 100
2 University of the Sunshine Coast 92.75
3 University of Western Sydney 83.25
4 Murdoch University (Perth) 81.25
4 University of Technology Sydney 81.25
6 Charles Sturt University (Bathurst) 77.5
7 RMIT University (Melbourne) 77.25
8 Deakin University (Geelong) 75
8 Central Queensland University 75
10 Monash University (Melbourne) 74.25
11 Edith Cowan University (Perth) 71.75
12 James Cook University (Townsville) 71
12 University of Tasmania 71
14 Canberra University 70.75
15 Queensland University of Technology 70.5
16 University of Southern Queensland 69.75
17 University of South Australia 69.25
18 La Trobe University (Melbourne) 66.5
19 Curtin University (Perth) 62.5
20 Griffith University (Brisbane) 62.25
21 University of Wollongong 55.25
22 University of Newcastle 53.25
23 University of Queensland 46.75

 

Averages are shown where data is available for at least three of the past four years.

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