Insights: Analyse your Student Outcomes

1. Visualise and monitor your school’s student outcomes

BridgeU Insights allows you to easily see your students’ most important outcomes in one simple and easy to understand dashboard, the Student Outcomes dashboard.

On the Student Outcomes dashboard, you can see 9 students outcomes: you can see whether students did receive offers and went to university, your school offer rate, the diversity of applications made, and the prestige of the offer your students receive.

On the left-hand side of the dashboard, you can see a single number indicating the last year outcome value. On the right-hand side you can see how the outcomes change over time (trend).


2. Analyse and discover factors behind each student outcomes

BridgeU Insights allow you to analyse and discover factors behind your students’ outcomes thanks to a details dashboard available for each outcomes shown in the Student Outcomes dashboard.

In the details dashboards, you can see how each outcome varies over time (trend) for the different cohorts of students. You can see the outcome by student gender, by student grades, by application destination country and application destination ranking.

E.g. You can see the percentage of students receiving at least one offer by student gender and see that males are less successful than girls.



3. Refine your analysis by filtering the data

BridgeU Insights allows you to filter the data shown in each outcome detailed dashboard by some students or application attributes (e.g. you can filter by male / female student or by the application destination country). This allows you to see how outcomes change over time by a dimension (eg. grade) for a specific cohort of students you have filtered by.

Each details dashboard can be filtered by gender (e.g filter by male students), grade bucket (e.g. filter by students with IB score between 35 and 40), by the destination country (e.g. filter by applications going to the US and UK), by application ranking (e.g. filter by application going to top QS 50 universities) and by university name.


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