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Curtin University

Faculty of Business and Law

Response to student feedback from Semester 1 2019

Thank you for responding to eVALUate for Semester 1, 2019. We are delighted that the Faculty of Business and Law continues to provide quality courses to our students.

Our Faculty had a high overall response rate (35.3%), meeting the Curtin target. This means that with so many students sharing their views, we can continue to improve and respond to those views.

We are very pleased to note that our Faculty of Business and Law students have high overall satisfaction (85.6%), a slight increase on last semester. Our eVALuate results are very positive, and in those few instances where we have a course that hasn’t met the high standards we set ourselves as a Faculty, I undertaken a review and I am working with Heads of School and Directors of Learning and Teaching as we strive for continuous improvement.

The Faculty of Business and Law congratulates all our Schools that have continued to sustain and consolidate on the improvements achieved in their eVALUate results. Student feedback indicates that our courses have clear unit learning outcomes (90.5%), provide positive learning experiences (87.2%), workload (88.1%) and teaching quality (86.6%).

As the Dean of Teaching and Learning, I will continue to connect with Faculty Heads of Schools and Directors of Teaching and Learning to discuss improvements to our courses. In 2019, a particular focus of our discussions is the online learning experience. In addition to our eVALUate results, our Student Consultative Committee also provides feedback about course experiences, and that information is provided to the Senior Leadership group for review and action.

Associate Professor Sonia Dickinson
Dean Teaching and Learning
Faculty of Business and Law