Notre Dame shines in stu­dent feed­back


Cockburn Gazette - - OPINION -

GRAD­U­ATES have dubbed the Univer­sity of Notre Dame one of the best in WA.

The Good Univer­si­ties Guide 2016 was re­leased last week, with grad­u­at­ing stu­dents giv­ing Notre Dame a five-star rat­ing in five out of 10 per­for­mance cat­e­gories – on par with the Univer­sity of WA, which had the same rat­ings.

Curtin Univer­sity re­ceived one five-star rat­ing, Edith Cowan two and Mur­doch one.

Notre Dame Vice-chan­cel­lor Celia Ham­mond said it was the ninth con­sec­u­tive year Notre Dame had re­ceived a five-star rat­ing in the cat­e­gories of teach­ing qual­ity, generic skills and over­all grad­u­ate sat­is­fac­tion.

“We are de­lighted that our grad­u­ates con­tinue to value their Notre Dame ex­pe­ri­ence so highly and that their out­comes post-univer- sity are so pos­i­tive,” she said.

“The Univer­sity of Notre Dame Aus­tralia is com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing an ex­cel­lent ed­u­ca­tional ex­pe­ri­ence to stu­dents; it is in our leg­isla­tive Ob­jects and is fun­da­men­tal to our iden­tity and what we do.

“Be­cause we care about our stu­dents, we also care about their feed­back and their ob­ser­va­tions about their time with us, so we are nat­u­rally de­lighted with their as­sess­ment of us, but we will never take it for granted.”

Univer­sity of Notre Dame Vice-chan­cel­lor Celia Ham­mond.

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