Report Profiles

Report Profiles

Discover the reports and dashboards available and what they entail

Student

Recruitment and Offers

UAC Undergraduate Pathways Analysis

A dashboard to analyse the success of pathways into Macquarie University based on the offer type for UAC domestic undergraduate students.

Offer types include ATAR offers, the Academic Entry Program (AEP), the School Recommendation Scheme (SRS), the Global Leadership Program (GLP), and Walanga Muru, among others.

Metrics to analyse these pathways include enrolments, success rates, grade point averages (GPA), and retention rates.

Student Profile, Enrolment and Load

RSNPG Budget Tracking & Offers, Acceptances and Enrolments

This dashboard has been provided for members of the Revenue and Student Numbers Planning Group (RSNPG) and their advisers.

The RSNPG Budget Tracking dashboard provides visibility on how owning EFTSL and course enrolments are tracking to budget targets throughout the peak student recruitment period.

The dashboard incorporates course enrolments and associated owning EFTSL for each of the census dates between 1st January and 31st March (corresponding with term 1, MUIC 16/1, MUIC 20/2 and Session 1).

To be included in this dashboard, a student must be enrolled in at least one unit of study for any of the included study periods. If a student has enrolled in units of study to be offered later in the year that part of their enrolment is excluded from this dashboard.

The RSNPG Offers, Acceptances and Enrolments dashboard shows the number of offers being made to students and the enrolments generated by these offers. The dashboard includes graphs of offers, acceptances, and enrolments as well as yearly and weekly comparisons of these metrics. It is important to note that the count of offers is a unique count of persons in a course. This means that even though a student can receive multiple offers to the same course, they will only be counted once on this dashboard.

Faculty ReportsA dashboard to view current student enrolment, course enrolment, and load related information.
Government Student Enrolment and Load (EFTSL)These two dashboards contain government-reported figures and trend analyses around enrolment and load, including metrics around retention, success rate, and course enrolments.

The dashboard contains historical data. The data for a certain year is updated by the 31st March of the following year and any data for the current reference year is therefore preliminary.
Student Demographics
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Student Success, Retention and Attrition

Churn AnalysisA dashboard that examines churn and reduction at a unit and course level after the census date.

This also analyses the revenue implications of churn and reduction at the faculty level.

Student Experience

SES MQ Report

The Student Experience Survey (SES) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about the experience and engagement of current students at Australian universities.

The survey focuses on five components of students' learning experiences: Teaching Quality, Skills Development, Learner Engagement, Student Support, and Learning Resources and Overall quality of educational experience.

The SES is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students who are currently enrolled in the first or final year of their degree at an Australian higher education institution. The survey is distributed during the second semester of each year.

This report provides the results for Macquarie University at the course and faculty level.

SES National Report

The Student Experience Survey (SES) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about the experience and engagement of current students at Australian universities.

The survey focuses on five components of students' learning experiences: Teaching Quality, Skills Development, Learner Engagement, Student Support, and Learning Resources and Overall quality of educational experience.

The SES is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students who are currently enrolled in the first or final year of their degree at an Australian higher education institution. The survey is distributed during the second semester of each year.

This report provides the bench-marked data for Macquarie University across all Australian universities based on study area.

SES Qualitative Report

The Student Experience Survey (SES) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about the experience and engagement of current students at Australian universities.

The SES is aimed at undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students who are currently enrolled in the first or final year of their degree at an Australian higher education institution. The survey is distributed during the second semester of each year.

This dashboard provides the comments of Macquarie University students at the course and faculty level in response to the question 'What aspects of your course most need improvement?'.

Graduate Outcomes

GOS MQ Report

The Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about graduate employment outcomes, labour market outcomes, and further study activities of graduates.

The survey focuses on four indicators of graduate outcomes: Graduates in full-time employment, Graduates in overall employment, Graduates in full-time study, and Median salary of graduates in full-time employment.

The GOS is completed by graduates of Australian higher education institutions approximately four months after completion of their courses.

This report provides the results for Macquarie University at the course and faculty level.

GOS National Report

The Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about graduate employment outcomes, labour market outcomes, and further study activities of graduates.

The survey focuses on four indicators of graduate outcomes: Graduates in full-time employment, Graduates in overall employment, Graduates in full-time study, and Median salary of graduates in full-time employment.

The GOS is completed by graduates of Australian higher education institutions approximately four months after completion of their courses.

This report provides the bench-marked data for Macquarie University across all Australian universities based on study area.

GOS Qualitative Report

The Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) is an annual survey, part of the QILT suite, that collects information about graduate employment outcomes, labour market outcomes, and further study activities of graduates.

The survey focuses on four indicators of graduate outcomes: Graduates in full-time employment, Graduates in overall employment, Graduates in full-time study, and Median salary of graduates in full-time employment.

The GOS is completed by graduates of Australian higher education institutions approximately four months after completion of their courses.

This dashboard provides the comments of Macquarie University students at the course and faculty level in response to the question 'What are the main ways Macquarie University could have better prepared you for employment in your organisation?'.

Research

Research Performance ReportA dashboard to view research-related outputs from MQ researchers over a selected period of time, with a comparative view against peer performance.
Research Performance Report - ExecutiveA dashboard to view research-related outputs from multiple MQ researchers over a selected period of time, with a comparative view against peer performance.

This will provide a high-level view of the data for the Executive team.

Institution

Rankings

Rankings DashboardA dashboard to view the major work ranking (THE, QS, ARWU) and subject ranking related information for MQ and other ranked universities.
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