QILT (Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching) results for 2017 have been released this week and once again Macleay College is well above the national average for overall quality of educational experience.
Macleay College prides itself on hiring industry expert teachers that develop innovative courses, focus on project-based learning with real-world experience and positive education. This is reflected in the 2017 QILT results. Macleay College received 90.5%, well above the national average of 80.9% for teaching quality.
Class sizes at Macleay College are capped at 25 students, allowing for higher participation rates and engagement amongst students. All lecturers know their students on a first name basis and spend time offering support to each individual student based on their needs. For these reasons it is no surprise that Macleay College received 84.9% for learner engagement while the industry average was 64.1%, and 86.5% for student support, well above the national average of 72.2%.
Every student at Macleay College undertakes an internship as part of their course. They also work on live industry briefs and meet leaders in their industry, all allowing them to develop current industry skills. The outcome of this is evident in the QILT results - Macleay College received 91.1% for skills development, whilst the national average was 81%.
Macleay College is proud of the QILT results for overall quality of educational experience and will continue to implement leading practises in higher education for 2018 and years to come.
Data captured below is from qilt.edu.au, May 2018.
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