The University of Young People's Dream!

Research Company Areda Survey has reached striking results with "My Dream University Research" these days when the selection process is going on. According to the data, criteria such as transportation, location, academic success are critical in university choices. While 18 percent of the university candidate students between the ages of 24-25.9 who participated in the study call university job opportunity, 46.8 percent say "university = education".

While the university choices that will shape the future of young people continue at full speed, Areda Survey, the Research Company, literally shed light on the perception of our country's university with the University of My Dream Research on July 22-23. While 50.7 people, 49.3 percent of whom were women and 100 percent were men, participated in the study, the 18-24 age group comprised 17.9 percent of the participants. Participants over the age of 65 who participated in the research conducted with CAWI and Arede Survey PBDP, one of the quantitative research techniques, were expressed as 14.9 percent. The educational status of the respondents is also remarkable. While 53.9 percent of the participants were primary school graduates, 26.3 of them were high school graduates, 17.6 of them were undergraduate and 2.2 of them graduated from graduate school. While 35.6 percent of the participants described themselves as 'housewife', it was reflected in the data that only 13.2 of the participants were students.

WE CARE ABOUT TRANSPORTATION

According to the research, 43.9 percent of the participants care about the transportation opportunities to the university, while 54.2 percent pay attention to the teaching staff at the university. While the rate of those who answered “I strongly agree with the section“ The public image of the university is important ”was 44.1 percent, the rate of those who care about the socio-cultural activities of the universities was reflected in the data as 43.4.

ATTENTION TO TEACHERS AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

18 percent of the 24-61.4 age group definitely agree with the section "The academic staff of universities are important". 54.2 percent of all participants who said I absolutely agree with this section were 13.3 percent, while the rate of undecided was 16,5 percent and the rate of those who disagreed was 4.3 percent. The rate of those who stated that the teaching staff was insignificant was 11.7. The rate of those who answered “I strongly agree” with the national and international academic success / ranking of the university is 51 percent. The rate of those who agree with this view was 20.4 percent, while 5.6 percent were undecided. While the rate of those who did not agree that academic achievements are important was 2.6 percent, the rate of those who did not agree was reflected in the data as 20.5 percent.

LOCATION, TRANSPORTATION AND GREEN HIGHLIGHTS

To the question "Where do you think the university campus should be located?" While the rate of those who said “I definitely agree with the section“ Access to the university is important ”section in the research was 68 percent, the rate of those who said they agree was 32 percent. The rate of those who were undecided about this issue was 43.9 percent, while the rate of those who responded as disagree was 26,3 percent. The rate of those who strongly disagree drew attention with the rate of 2,5 percent. While the rate of those who argue that a green and environmentally friendly campus is important in the university is 1.4, the rate of those who agree with this view is 25.9. The rate of undecided was 51.3, the rate of those who disagree was 17.8, and the rate of those who strongly disagreed was 7. The proportion of those who argued that the city where the university is located was 4.6 percent, 19.2 percent of those who agreed with this view, 26.7 percent of citizens who were undecided about the city, 21.8 percent of those who disagreed that the city is important, and 8 percent of those who strongly disagreed.

IMAGE IS CRITICAL

44.1 percent of respondents who responded to the section "The public image of universities is important" was 18.9 percent, and 19.9 percent of respondents said I agree with this section. 6.9 percent of those who responded to this section did not agree, and 10.2 percent said they strongly disagree. The rate of undecided remained at 43.4. The rate of those who said I strongly agree with the section "Socio-cultural activities at the university is important" was 25,2, while the rate of those who said I agree with this rate was 7.1 percent. The rate of those who said they strongly disagree was 16.4 percent and the rate of those who said they disagree was 7.9, and the rate of undecided remained as XNUMX percent.

ATTENTION TO TEACHERS AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

54.2 percent of those who said they strongly agree with the section "The academic staff of universities are important" was 13.3 percent. The rate of undecided was 16,5 percent and the rate of those who disagreed was 4.3 percent. The rate of those who stated that the teaching staff is insignificant is 11.7.

The ratio of those who answered “I strongly agree with the section“ National and international academic success / ranking of the university is important ”was 51 percent. The rate of those who agree with this view was 20.4 percent, while 5.6 percent were undecided. While the rate of those who did not agree that academic achievements are important was 2.6 percent, the rate of those who did not agree was reflected in the data as 20.5 percent.

EVERY SECTION IN EVERY CITY

35.2 percent of respondents who answered "I support having universities in every province", while the rate of those who said they agree was 19.3 percent. The rate of those who said they strongly disagree was 32.4 percent, and the rate of those who said they disagree was 8 percent. The rate of undecided remained at 5.1.

While the rate of those who said “I support the opening of every department in universities” in the research was 35.6 percent, the rate of those who said they agree was 17.5. While the rate of those who said they absolutely do not agree with this section was 28.7 percent in the data, those who said they do not agree remained at 7.9 percent. The rate of undecided is 10.3 percent.

UNIVERSITIES CAN SPECIALIZE

In the study, the rate of those who answered “I support each university to specialize in a field (For example Cerrahpaşa Medicine, Ankara Law…) and I strongly agree with the department was 37.7 percent. While the rate of those who said they agree with this section was 26.4 percent, the rate of those who said absolutely disagree was 21.7 percent and the rate of those who said they disagree was 4.2. The rate of undecided is 10 percent.

UNIVERSITIES SAY "NO EXAM"

While the rate of citizens who demanded the abolition of the university exam was 58.2 percent, the rate of those who said they should not be removed was expressed as 41.8 percent. While women mostly want the exam to be lifted with a rate of 69.1 percent, 53 percent of the men do not want the exam to be removed. While 69.8 percent of the citizens who want the exam to be lifted are primary school graduates, 51.8 percent of those who say it should not be removed are graduates.

MEN'S CHOICE FACE-TO-FACE EDUCATION

"Which education system would you like to benefit from?" While 77.3 percent of the participants answered face to face to the question, 22.7 percent prefer distance education. While 90.4 percent of those who prefer face-to-face training are men, this ratio corresponds to 64.6 percent for women. Women think that distance education will be beneficial. According to the research, the rate of women who preferred distance education was 35.4 percent, while the rate of men was 9.6 percent.

THERE IS EDUCATION OR WORK ...

The ratio of those who said education to the section “Which one means first of all for you” was 60 percent, followed by job opportunity with 29.4 percent, freedom with 4.4 percent, dormitory with 4.2 percent and campus with 1.9. While 42.8 percent of the women participating in the research see the university as a job opportunity, 72.3 percent of the men view the university as 'education'. 18 percent of the university candidate students between the ages of 24-25.9 who participated in the survey say university job opportunities, and 46.8 percent say university = education.

WE PREFER DAYTIME EDUCATION

According to the research, the rate of those who wanted to be a primary education was 86.8 percent, while the rate of those who wanted to be a secondary education was 13.2 percent. While 95.7 percent of the women participating in the study want to get education in primary education, 77.8 percent of the men find it right to go to primary education. While 18 percent of the 24-76.7 age group preferred primary education, the rate of those who preferred evening education was 23.3.

While 62 percent of the respondents want their university education to be based on the curriculum, 38 percent want a more flexible path by introducing a credit completion system.

Hibya News Agency

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