Feedback and evaluation are central to how Victoria
University seeks to improve our students' experience. They are used to inform
the design and delivery of our units and courses as well as to guide
professional development and improve teaching practices.
This site aims to provide students with information about
the major surveys conducted at Victoria University, when and how they are
administered, what students are saying about our University and the processes
that are used in responding to our students feedback.
All Universities are required by the Australian Government
to survey graduates after completion of their studies. These surveys provide
valuable information on work and further study outcomes of students, and their
views on the quality of their University experience. Once you have graduated
from VU you will be invited by the University, or a Government endorsed research
organisation, to complete one of these surveys. It will greatly assist the
University in improving the quality of its service to students if you take the
time to complete these.
Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) is a
coherent suite of national, higher education surveys endorsed by the Department
of Education and Training that covers the student life cycle from commencement
The Social Research Centre is the independent administrator of
QILT. To find out more about Surveys and Evaluations at VU email
The Student Experience Survey (SES) has closed.
Keep an eye out for it in August 2019. If you receive an invitation fill
for the best chance at winning some great prizes!