Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) members Bond University and Torrens University have been rated highly following the release of the latest Good Universities Guide rankings of Australia’s universities.
Bond University has been rated number one for student experience for a 17th consecutive year.
Bond University has been rated number one and scored five-star ratings in every student experience category including learner engagement, learning resources, skills development, student support, teaching quality and overall educational experience. This includes both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Torrens University also reached the top three and scored five stars for postgraduate graduate salary, and top four and five stars in postgraduate skills development and postgraduate learner engagement.
IHEA CEO, Dr Peter Hendy, said he was delighted with the results for these two highly valued IHEA members.
“Australia’s independent universities are striving to deliver a world-class education experience so it’s pleasing to see this reflected in the ratings for Bond University and Torrens University,” said IHEA CEO, Dr Peter Hendy.
“Australia’s independent universities provide domestic and international students with quality, diversity, and speciality.”
“These strong ratings highlight the important contribution of independent universities to our world class higher education system, which in turn enhances Australia’s global reputation.”
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