Antecedents to Students’ Satisfaction of Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study of Brunei Darussalam
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- Student satisfaction, Brunei Darussalam, Job selection.
With changing organizational demand for the multi-talent workforce, educational institutions have more to do than just impart knowledge. In parallel, policymakers are joining hands to address educational disparity with global initiative such as Education 2030 and United Nation Strategic Development Goals. Despite that, current research on factors predicting students learning satisfaction remains an area of limited research in Asia, particularly in Brunei Darussalam. To address this knowledge gap, the study explored factors that shape learning satisfaction of future workforce. The study analyzed data from 1048 student self-reports from 6 universities with a diverse student profile. As per current findings, students reported the level of learning satisfaction in the sequence (highest to lowest) from peer relationship, library resources, university policies, course curriculum, accommodation, administration services, lecturer teaching to lecturer guidance. Beyond uncovering dynamics of Brunei Darussalam's higher education characteristics, the study’s findings add to current educational theory, in terms of identifying the complex schematics of factors that influence student learning satisfaction.
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TY - CONF AU - Chui Suan Hoh AU - Shoukat I Khattak AU - Hui LI PY - 2018/04 DA - 2018/04 TI - Antecedents to Students’ Satisfaction of Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study of Brunei Darussalam BT - Proceedings of the 2018 5th International Conference on Management Science and Management Innovation (MSMI 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 345 EP - 352 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/msmi-18.2018.61 DO - 10.2991/msmi-18.2018.61 ID - Hoh2018/04 ER -