A Statistical Analysis of Education Service Quality Dimensions on Business School Students’ Satisfaction

Ernest Lim Kok Seng, Tan Pei Ling

Abstract


This study aims to investigate student satisfaction on quality education services provided by institutions of higher learning in Malaysia. Their level of satisfaction based primarily on the data collected through five dimensions of education service quality. A random sample of 250 students studying in an institution of higher learning was selected for this study. Statistical analysis had been employed to analyze the intensity of these five dimensions and their influence on student satisfaction. The results indicated that instructors, academic courses, learning resources and student’s engagement had positive and statistical significant influenced on student satisfaction. This study provides very useful information for the stakeholder to plan and draw appropriate strategies for the dimensions that need further improvement. More importantly, education service quality will determine the sustainability of an institution by looking at the competitiveness of education setting at national and international levels.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v6n8p136

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