2021-22 SLEQ-UG KEY FINDINGS
HKU conducts annual institutional surveys on undergraduate students’ learning experiences (SLEQ-UG). The survey findings offer evidence-based insights into teaching and learning quality assurance and enhancement. All undergraduate students in their first, second, and final years of studies are invited to participate in SLEQ-UG. In 2021-22, a total of 5656 undergraduate students (nUG1 = 1860, nUG2 = 1799, nUGF = 1997) completed SLEQ-UG.
- Student perceptions of Attainment of University Educational Aims, Teaching and Learning Environment, and Overall Satisfaction have been steadily positive across the years (Figure 1).
- Gains in Attainment of University Educational Aims were evident from longitudinal tracking of students who participated in SLEQ-UG in their first and final years (Figure 2).
- Final-year respondents continued to rate positively on the scales of Internationalisation, Interdisciplinarity, and Innovation with over 75% percent agreement.
Frequently mentioned as best aspects of the University experience were “friend”, “learn”, and “opportunity” (Figures 3a-3c).
Detailed results at the institutional, Faculty, and curriculum levels are made available to Faculties to facilitate review and development of their teaching and learning. Please refer to the information here.
Figure 1. SLEQ-UG Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) from 2017-18 to 2021-22.
Figure 2. Longitudinal Tracking of Students’ Perceived Attainment of HKU’s Educational Aims.