The first phase of the BA Benchmarking Project, known as the BA Scoping Project, was completed on 30 July 2008. A second project phase updated the key data to the period 2011-12. A third phase was undertaken in 2015-16 updating the exemplars of workplace learning opportunities identified in the Nature and Roles of Arts Degrees project. Outputs from this OLT extension project can be found under the WILing the BA Project page.
Updated 2012 reports
Disciplines taught as part of the Bachelor of Arts as sequences of study (2008 and 2012)
Core courses (2008 and 2011)
Work integrated Learning (WIL) activities (2012)
Graduate attributes (2008 - 2012)
Bachelor of Arts student enrolments (2001-2010)
Graduate destinations of Arts students (2001 - 2010)
Arts Graduate satisfaction with course (2001 - 2010)
Entry scores (2001 - 2012)
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The summary reports, datasets, case studies and program profiles of 2008 can be found here.
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