Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT)

The QILT is a coherent suite of national, higher education surveys endorsed by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training that covers student lifecycle from commencement to employment. The Department of Education commissioned the Social Research Centre (SRC) as the independent administrator of QILT, which involves:

  • Undertaking data collection of the QILT surveys
  • Reporting on the outcomes of each of these surveys
  • Supporting all higher education institutions (universities and private providers) in relation to QILT
  • Creating, monitoring and updating the QILT website.

International Student Barometer and Student Barometer

The University also takes part in the International Student Barometer (ISB) and Student Barometer run by I-graduate

The ISB is:

  • An independent and confidential feedback process for education providers, tracking the decision-making, perceptions, expectations and experiences of students studying outside their home country. 
  • A risk management tool, identifying the key drivers of international student satisfaction and establishing the relative importance of each.
  • A comparative measure, tracking year on year how expectations and perceptions change - within institutions and against national and global benchmarks.