Funded by: university partners from across the world
Project conducted: ongoing from 2018
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. The study comprises three cross-sectional surveys conducted in 2019, 2021 and 2023, each using the same questionnaire. Participating universities include: Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Chile), DTU (Denmark), SOAS University of London (UK), TU Delft (Netherlands), University of Auckland (New Zealand) and the University of Edinburgh (UK). A full list of the participating universities is given below.
Institutions participating in the survey include: 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), Skoltech (Russia), SOAS University of London (UK), TU Delft (Netherlands), University of Auckland (New Zealand), University of Edinburgh (UK), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (Malaysia), University of Twente (Netherlands), University of Western Sydney (Australia), Utrecht University (Netherlands) and Wageningen University (Netherlands).