Quality Higher Education and Studentsâ€™ Perception: A Study on Private Universities of Bangladesh
This is a pragmatic study conducted to explore the quality higher education and studentsâ€™ perception towards the private universities in Bangladesh. This study examines the relationship between the quality higher education and studentsâ€™ perception using a structured questionnaire. A total number of 500 senior undergraduate and graduate level students from ten selected private universities in Bangladesh were taken as sample for conducting the study. The finding of this study discloses that the quality higher education is a dynamic factor that ensures the studentsâ€™ perception. It also shows that quality higher education can create positive studentsâ€™ perception towards the private universities in Bangladesh. Reliability, Responsiveness, Competence, Tangibility, Courtesy, Goodwill & Image, Empathy, Security and Costs are the dimensions of quality higher education. To quantify the variables a five point â€œLikert- typeâ€ scale has been used in this paper. The researcher conducted various analyses such as Multiple Regression Analysis, Descriptive Analysis, and ANOVA and identified a numerous key findings as to the studentsâ€™ perception towards the quality higher education.Â
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