Research and analysis

Teaching quality in higher education: applicant and graduate views

Findings from a survey which collected the views and opinions on teaching quality in higher education from applicants and graduates.

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Teaching quality in higher education: applicant views

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Teaching quality in higher education: graduate views

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These findings set out views on teaching quality in higher education from applicants and graduates. They are based on a sample of 1,011 applicants to higher education, and a sample of 1,137 graduates from higher education both drawn from the Youthsight panel. The survey was carried out between March and April 2016.

See the related research and the consultation on the Teaching Excellence Framework.

Published 19 May 2016