ACBSP - CHEA Reporting

Student Performance 2018 - 2020 Report

The attrition rates were lower than the goal by 2% in 2018, 1% in 2019, and 3% in 2020. Similarly, the retention rates were 1% to 2% over the expectation of 90% in all the three years. In contrast, the graduation rates were 26% below the preset goals in 2018 and 2019; however, the rates increased to 63% in the following year (2020), despite the COVID-19 pandemic. This trend is expected to continue to rise toward the next few years. The goals of job placement within 3 months after graduation were remarkably achieved by 7%, 6%, and 8% in 2018, 2019 and 2020 respectively. It should be noted that 100% of the graduates experienced employment advancement within 24 months of their graduation, exceeding the goal of 90% …. read more


Overall Student Satisfaction Report

CamEd Business School is committed to continuous improvements. Every year CamEd conducts an overall student satisfaction survey to collect feedback from the students. In 2020, the overall student satisfaction survey was done in October. All students across the school (3,142) were invited to join the survey, but only 1,273 students (41%) participated in the survey, 1,021 of whom (51% of the total BA students) were students of the BA program, and the rest were in different programs including CAT, ACCA, Diploma in Cambodian Tax, and Diploma in Cambodian Business Law. The instrument was established in Google Form, and it was composed of 6 closed-ended questions about the academic program, the support services and the facilities and equipment. At the end of the instrument are two open-ended questions about the program’s strengths and areas for improvement…. readmore

Student Satisfaction of Faculty Report

The student satisfaction survey was prepared and given to the students independently by officers from the Learning Support Center. The students were asked to anonymously answer the questions in the survey in the absence of the class professor. On a 1-7 likert scale, students were asked to appraise the following areas of the faculty member.

The meaning of the 1-7 score scale is as explained here: 7: Excellent, 6: Good, 5: Above average, 4: Average, 3:Below average, 2: Poor, and 1: Bad. “Satisfied” on this scale of 1-7 is defined as 40% of the upper end of the scale, a score of 4.2 or higher. The survey was disseminated and data collected using google forms. The survey form is included as an appendix.In total, there were 6,842 responses collected…. readmore

Student Satisfaction of Bachelor of Accounting and Finance Report

The Bachelor of Accounting and Finance student satisfaction survey is conducted every year in order to assess the level of the student satisfaction of the academic program. In 2020, 1,021 Bachelor of Accounting and Finance students studying from year 1 to year 5 joined the survey. The results show that 94% of the respondents were satisfied with the Bachelor of Accounting and Finance. Specifically, 95% of the respondents said the quality of the support services met and often exceeded their expectations. Likewise, 94% were very satisfied with the facilities and equipment, and 92% perceived the academic program as excellent and very good.

It should be noted that there was a remarkable increase in student satisfaction of the Bachelor of Accounting and Finance from 78% in 2019 to 94% in 2020…… readmore