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Change, as the saying goes, is the only constant. This is particularly true for the higher education sector, which has undergone a true transformation in recent years. The shift has come from all directions; changes to funding models, to course development and delivery mechanisms and the differences in student attitudes and world views that continue to materialise as the first digitally native generation comes of age.
To better understand that shift in thinking, a study titled ‘What do students want from their university experience’ surveyed over 1000 currently enrolled students across Australia on their views of tertiary education in 2019.
Change is here to stay
Changing expectations are inevitable in the higher education sector, as students will always want access to the most up-to-date technologies and contemporary learning methods. In an industry where success is measured on student feedback, keeping up with those expectations is integral to success.
Universities are now realising that delivery of the flexibility that today’s student demands is not the end point. Cultivating an ability to adapt and evolve to easily meet future student expectations is imperative and those best placed to rise to the challenge will be working from a solid technology foundation.
The survey says...In 2019, TechnologyOne conducted a study with 1,000 current Australian undergraduate and postgraduate students about what they want out of their university experience.
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