Thursday, January 19, 2006

Queen's is Canadian leader in student satisfaction

Queen’s has brought home more A+ marks than any other Canadian university, and achieved the highest average grade in a national survey of Canadian universities conducted by the Globe and Mail.

Queen’s scored "A+" in 11 categories including overall academic reputation, reputation amongst employers, knowledge of faculty members and library.

As well, Queen’s along with 10 other universities, achieved an "A" in overall education experience, the highest mark achieved in that category.

"This is a very gratifying result for Queen's," says Principal Karen Hitchcock. "It is especially meaningful to us that this survey is based on feedback from students. And it reflects the depth of our commitment to creating a learning environment that helps students identify and develop their strengths and talents while preparing them to make valuable contributions to their communities and to the world."


At 5:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

When did this come out? Could you post the link?

At 1:44 PM, Blogger all that matters said...

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