Student Profile Survey (SPS) aims at collecting socio-economic background information of newly admitted bachelor's degree and associate degree students and their learning habits prior to entrance to the University. Read More The information is required by the University Grants Committee's annual Data Collection Exercise. The survey is conducted at the start of academic year from end of August to early October.
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View SPS Reports


The Education Bureau (EDB) has conducted survey to collect views from the senior secondary graduates pursuing further studies in Hong Kong institutions. Read More The results also help the University to understand the impact of New Senior Secondary (NSS) experience on post-secondary studies.
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View EDB Reports

Student Learning Experience Survey (SLES) is designed for bachelor’s and associate degree students to self-evaluate their learning experience and their progress made in achievement of learning/graduate outcomes. Read More

Information collected will help the University

  • to gain a better understanding of the learning experience of students and
  • to develop plans for continuous improvement, with the objective of enriching the quality of student learning
SLES is conducted near the end of semester B for better reflecting students’ learning experience and satisfaction in the academic year.
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The University has also conducted stratifed Focus Group Interview (FGI) to supplement the quantitative survey findings on students' learning experience.

View FGI Reports
(for Deans and Heads only access using CityU Staff O365 account credential)

The Graduate Employment Survey (GES) is conducted from October to December targeting at graduates of full-time programmes, Information collected includes employment status and profile, level and destination of further studies, and student's experience and satisfaction with the University.

View GES Reports (2015 onward)

View GES Reports (Before 2015)

Teaching & Learning Questionnaire (TLQ) is a 10-question survey to collect student feedback for every course taught. Feedback will help to improve academic quality.

View TLQ Reports

Guided by the Academic Development Proposal 2016-2019, the University has to conduct a campus-wide survey to evaluate the Support for Teaching at CityU biennially. This survey aims at gaining a better understanding of the teaching support for staff and helps the University to develop future plans for continuous improvement and enhance its provision.