Australian Architecture Students Rate their Schools: the Charts
The Good Oil
Want to study architecture in Australia? Here we supply the detailed charts from the surveys of Australian architecture student we discussed in part one of this study (which you really, really should read). These charts show you the best and worst schools— as rated by students—since 2009.
Note Along with the rest of this site, this page ceased updating in 2014. No further results will be published.
We list the following Australian architecture schools:
- University of Adelaide
- Bond University
- University of Canberra
- Curtin University of Technology
- Deakin University
- Griffith University
- University of Melbourne
- University of New South Wales (UNSW)
- University of Newcastle
- University of Queensland
- Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- RMIT University
- University of South Australia
- University of Sydney
- University of Tasmania
- University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
- University of Western Australia
- Monash University, which we talk about here
What the charts show
Until 2005, the professional architecture degree in Australian universities was the Bachelors. After that date, the Australian schools gradually converted their professional degrees into Masters degrees, although a Bachelors in architecture is still often a preliminary degree.
These charts map the satisfaction of MArch graduates at the major schools of architecture in Australia.
- Grey vertical bar: Number of schools reporting with viable data for that year. This varies from year to year.
- Dot on the bar: The satisfaction of students at that school. The higher up the chart, the happier the students. A rank of one (top of the chart) indicates the school with the happiest students in that survey year.
A missing dot for a school means that it reported too few student returns for statistical significance.
These charts show the opinions of students graduating with a professional master's degree in architecture.