Universities across the world are striving to enhance the quality of the student experience; central to this mission is the establishment of an academic culture that celebrates, rewards and supports university teaching achievement. As part of a global partnership, the Teaching Cultures Survey will enable universities to explore and track the culture and status of teaching at their institutions and compare outcomes with peer universities worldwide. Evidence will be gathered via a short online survey of the university academic population, focusing on their perceptions, aspirations and experiences in teaching. For each participating university, the survey results will shed light on strengths and weaknesses of their teaching culture as compared to global peer institutions, providing a springboard for priority-setting and strategic investment.
Frequently Asked Questions about the survey on topics such as who funded the research and how the data will be used
The first set of summary outcomes from the amalgamated data (from all 21 participating institutions) will be available later in 2019
If you have a question or query about the project
The key stages of the Teaching Cultures Survey project, including the process by which the survey instrument was designed
Frequently asked questions about the survey, on topics such as who funded the research and how the data collected will be used
Two page summary of the goals, focus and schedule of the Teaching Cultures Survey, including information about the questionnaire
21 institutions (from ten countries) are participating in the 2019 Teaching Culture Survey: Aalborg University (Denmark), Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), DTU (Denmark), Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands), Leiden University (Netherlands), Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway), Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Chile), Radboud University (Netherlands), Skoltech (Russia), SOAS University of London (UK), TU Delft (Netherlands), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), University of Auckland (New Zealand), University of Edinburgh (UK), University of Iceland (Iceland), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malaysia), University of Twente (Netherlands), Utrecht University (Netherlands), Vrije University Amsterdam (Netherlands), Wageningen University (Netherlands) and Western Sydney University (Australia).