The Impact of Training Service Quality on Postgraduate Student Satisfaction: a Case Study of a Public University from Vietnam

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https://doi.org/10.24857/rgsa.v18n9-097

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Quality, Service, Training, Postgraduate, Public

Abstract

Purpose: This study examines important characteristics that affect student satisfaction with the graduate training services of the University of Commerce.

 

Theoretical framework: Research models are developed based on service quality measurement models based on customers' desires and perceptions, such as models using the SERVQUAL scale.

 

Research method: the author uses qualitative methods combined with quantitative methods using a non-probability stratified sampling survey method to analyze 216 postgraduate students of the University of Commerce.

 

Results and discussion: According to research results, while most components of the University of Commerce's graduate training services are highly appreciated by students, other elements need to be maintained and improved. more good. Research results have identified a key factor (Trust & Quality of the training program) that affects the satisfaction of graduate students at the University of Commerce.

 

Research Implications: The research results serve as a foundation for making a variety of proposals and recommendations to support the long-term development of postgraduate training services in emerging countries.

 

Originality/value: Research results have identified a key factor: Trust & Quality of the training program that has the greatest impact on the satisfaction of graduate students at the University of Commerce.

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2024-05-07

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Anh, P. T. (2024). The Impact of Training Service Quality on Postgraduate Student Satisfaction: a Case Study of a Public University from Vietnam. Revista De Gestão Social E Ambiental, 18(9), e06661. https://doi.org/10.24857/rgsa.v18n9-097

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