Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) has a long tradition of welcoming international students, dating back to the 1800’s. Over the past 10 years, the growth of IUB’s international student population has continually exceeded the national average, up from 3,687 students in 2006-07.
Although only 51 years old, the University of Waikato in New Zealand has carved out a reputation as one of the boldest and most innovative institutions in the country – and further afield.
Jonathan Gordon, Student Information Manager at the University of Oxford shares insight into how he uses the Student Barometer(SB) to manage student feedback across the university.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong has built a reputation as a first-class comprehensive tertiary academic institution known for its research prowess. It flies the flag for technology and development, and distinguishes itself with a rich Chinese heritage, a bilingual and multi-cultural traditional and a unique college system.
The Australian National University have been using the International Student Barometer (ISB) and the Student Barometer (SB) since 2012. Around 22,000 students are invited to take part each year.
Situated in one of the Netherlands’ most exciting cities, the University of Groningen offers a combination of academic heritage and intellectual innovation. Over 400 years old, the institution offers students over 100 English-taught degrees in most academic fields.