Georgian scores strongly in 2012-2013 Key Performance Indicators
Georgian College graduates continue to find work despite difficult economic times, and Georgian continues to score strong marks in the Ontario college system annual survey.
Georgian College scored above the Ontario college average in nearly every category of the 2012-2013 Key Performance Indicators (KPI) survey, released Wednesday, April 17, 2013. Among the highlights, 88.1 per cent of Georgian grads in the labour force found work within six months of graduating – well above the provincial average of 83.6 per cent.
Key KPI findings include:
- The graduate employment rate was 88.1 per cent at Georgian, the fourth highest score in the province (83.6 per cent provincial average)
- Graduate satisfaction with the usefulness of their college education was 81.6 per cent at Georgian (80 per cent provincial average)
- Student satisfaction with the overall quality of services, programming and resources was 78.8 per cent at Georgian (77.1 per cent provincial average)
- Employer satisfaction with the quality of the educational preparation of college graduates was 93.3 per cent at Georgian (93.4 per cent provincial average)
Georgian also scored a 63 per cent graduation rate (64.8 per cent provincial average).
Since 1998, the provincial KPI data have been gathered annually by two independent research firms for Ontario’s 24 colleges and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The most recent data was collected between March 2012 and February 2013.
The full KPI report is available at Colleges Ontario website.
Georgian College Performance Indicators
Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
Key Performance Indicators (KPI) are a province-wide accountability tool established by the Ontario government in 1998. KPI surveys are conducted annually by an independent body on behalf of the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and the colleges’ umbrella group, Colleges Ontario.
KPI Results (2012-2013 reporting year)
For college system KPI information, go to:
For more information on the employment experiences of college graduates, go to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities web site: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca