Students’ attitudes on quality of university teaching dr. Snježana Dubovicki and dr. Ines Banjari
Summary: The quality of university education has gained attention in recent years. It has become not only the subject of research in areas closely related to education, but also the topic of interdisciplinary teaching, writing, and research around the globe. Ensuring the quality of university education has become a global trend and a priority of modern society. In light of this, our research has grown. The aim of this study was to explore students’ attitudes on the quality of university teaching via its criteria, to look at elements that affect quality, and to observe differences in the attitudes of students from different faculties. The results, based on a sample of 173 students from five faculties, show that to create conditions that ensure and raise the quality of university teaching, the following criteria are important: that the faculty was students’ first choice, the way the content would be presented, students’ regular participation in courses, and the positive social and emotional climate.