In late 2020 a survey was provided to 22 final-year economics undergraduate students and 18 Master of Economic and Public Policy (MEPP) students at the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG). In addition to demographic information, the survey asked for employment preferences and expectations, study experience, personal challenges and suggestions for improvement. This survey extends the scope of the previous survey by adding MEPP student participants and further questions based on suggestions in the 2015 survey report and on suggestions of colleagues working at UPNG. The purpose of this survey is to provide information to higher education policymakers, university educators and administrators, and to current and future students.
Howes, S. & Fox, R. 2021, ‘School of Business and Public Policy Undergraduate Economics and Master of Economic and Public Policy exit survey report’, Report, Development Policy Centre, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University.