Student Feedback on Programs (SFP)

We look to our students to inform the continual development and quality of programs across the University. 


The SFP is a biennial survey that allows us to listen to your thoughts, ideas and perceptions about your learning experience.  Your feedback provides us with an understanding about your program's:

  • Teaching quality
  • Learning activities
  • Work integrated learning
  • Overall design and coherence
  • Relevance and currency 

The SFP is based on the Course Experience Questionnaire (CEQ) component of the Australian Graduate Survey (AGS), with additional questions on Work Integrated Learning.

It was formally called the 'Composite Student Questionnaire - Program Survey.  Reports for this survey can be found here.

Planning, Quality and Reporting prepare quantitative and qualitative reports for individual programs for each Faculty, and an overall report for the University.  To find out what students said in the 2009 SFP, please click here.

The next SFP will be conducted in 2013. 

For further information contact surveys@newcastle.edu.au and include Student Feedback on Programs (SFP) in the subject line of the email.