Using the student voice to improve higher education

The Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT) are a suite of government endorsed surveys for higher education, across the student life cycle from commencement to employment.

QILT makes available robust, nationally consistent performance data for Australian higher education, helping drive quality improvement.

  • Transparency in Higher Education Expenditure

    Read about a more transparent framework for the collection of financial data from higher education providers.

  • Graduate incomes data

    Analysis of graduate incomes based on records from the Australian Taxation Office.

  • Compare institutions

    Explore and compare institutions and study areas based on real life student experiences and graduate outcomes collected through the QILT surveys.

Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS)

The GOS is a national survey of recent graduates which measures employment outcomes, salaries, skills utilisation, further study activities, and graduate satisfaction.

Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L)

The GOS-L is completed by graduates three years after completing their studies. The survey measures graduates’ medium-term employment outcomes and further study activities.

Employer Satisfaction Survey (ESS)

The ESS is the only national survey that systematically measures how well graduates from Australian higher education institutions meet employer needs.

Latest reports

Findings from the latest QILT surveys. 

GOS-L
Reports
2022
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SES
Reports
2021
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SES
Reports
2021
.pdf 4.77 MB
ESS
Reports
2021
.pdf 1.84 MB
GOS
Reports
2021
.pdf 2.12 MB
GOS
Reports
2021
.pdf 1.67 MB

What is QILT?

The QILT are a suite of surveys for higher education that cover the student life cycle from commencement to employment. QILT provides government and the sector with robust, nationally consistent performance data to uphold and drive quality improvement.

The Social Research Centre administers the QILT surveys on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education.

Data collected through the QILT surveys drives the ComparED website. Prospective students can use ComparED to explore and compare Australian higher education institutions and study areas, based on the real-life experiences of current students and recent graduates.

 

Where does the data come from?

Over 400,000 students, graduates and employers respond to QILT surveys every year. Covering all study levels and both domestic and international students, QILT is the only comprehensive system of higher education surveys in Australia.

Who is participating?

All 41 Australian universities and around 90 non-university higher education providers take part in the QILT surveys.
Explore and compare our data

Explore and compare institutions and study areas based on real life student experiences

QILT survey responses allow you to explore the experiences of hundreds of thousands of students and graduates of different institutions and study areas to help inform your study choices.

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Latest resources

QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
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QILT General
Data Resources
2022
.xlsx 108 KB
QILT General
Data Resources
2022
.pdf 5.04 MB
QILT General
Data Resources
2022
.pdf 5.04 MB