University Experiences and Satisfaction of Vietnamese University Students

Quang Minh Duong

Abstract


Student satisfaction is an important part of the effort to market higher education successfully and learning programs, and an important factor in measuring the quality of learning approach. This study explored the student satisfaction in Vietnamese higher education, and how student satisfaction was affected by personal and university experience variables. A quantitative research method was used in the study; out of the 618 third-year students of 24 departments and faculties at in the University of Social Sciences and Humanities - Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh City responded to the study and were study participants. The findings of this study show that students were moderately satisfied with their environment on campus. The study also shows that of university experiences had significant positive effects and personal variable had significant negative effects on student satisfaction. 


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jse.v5i4.8344

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