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Our alumni satisfaction is an important goal that we aim to achieve. This survey aims to collect your feedback about KASIT experience after graduation. This survey helps us to improve our programs, academic environment, and facilities in order to extend our students opportunities frontiers.
   
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1. KASIT program prepared me to practice information technology careers and research professionally and ethically.

 Strongly agree
 (33%) 
 
 Agree
 (33%) 
 
 Neutral
 (0%)  
 Disagree
 (0%)  
 Strongly disagree
 (33%) 
 

Total: 3

2. My KASIT degree helped me to find a job opportunity or to be accepted in a higher degree program.

 Strongly agree
 (14%) 
 
 Agree
 (43%) 
 
 Neutral
 (43%) 
 
 Disagree
 (0%)  
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 7

3. After my graduation, I configured out that KASIT was able to conduct a high quality program and research that comply with the Jordanian job market requirements.

 Strongly agree
 (14%) 
 
 Agree
 (14%) 
 
 Neutral
 (43%) 
 
 Disagree
 (29%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 7

4. The education that I attained during my study at KASIT was useful in my career life.

 Strongly agree
 (0%)  
 Agree
 (50%) 
 
 Neutral
 (33%) 
 
 Disagree
 (17%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 6

5. KASIT coursework helped me to develop my programming skills. That helped me to hunt a job opportunity or to be successful in my after-graduation career or research.

 Strongly agree
 (17%) 
 
 Agree
 (17%) 
 
 Neutral
 (33%) 
 
 Disagree
 (33%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 6

6. KASIT education helped me to develop my research and communication skills that I found them very important after my graduation.

 Strongly agree
 (0%)  
 Agree
 (29%) 
 
 Neutral
 (57%) 
 
 Disagree
 (14%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 7

7. The graduation project that I did at KASIT was really a good starting point for my future career, research, or study. It also improved my teamwork skills.

 Strongly agree
 (14%) 
 
 Agree
 (14%) 
 
 Neutral
 (43%) 
 
 Disagree
 (29%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (0%)  

Total: 7

8. In case that I would like to continue my graduate studies, KASIT program is  a good foundation for any relevant future degree.

 Strongly agree
 (14%) 
 
 Agree
 (29%) 
 
 Neutral
 (29%) 
 
 Disagree
 (14%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (14%) 
 

Total: 7

9. During my study, KASIT was able to provide me with an appropriate educational and research environment and facilities.

 Strongly agree
 (29%) 
 
 Agree
 (14%) 
 
 Neutral
 (29%) 
 
 Disagree
 (14%) 
 
 Strongly disagree
 (14%) 
 

Total: 7

10. After my graduation, I found that the following courses that I took at KASIT were the most import in my career, research, or study.

 nothing
 (14%) 
 
 i didnt work at any job that related to my education yet
 (14%) 
 
 c++, System Analysis, Manefacturing, OR , TQM, Simulation
 (14%) 
 
 -
 (14%) 
 
 http://www.thisismyindia.com/forum/member/76056-turkman http://www.beanyblogger.com/members/cheski/ https://www.koprol.id/user/Mzart http://360mate.com/user/Noertu http://hookyoup.com/index.php?do=/profile-793/ http://www.fashionindustrynetwork.com/profile/AlexWise https://www.rockethub.com/member/587114
 (14%) 
 
 https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/10/we-wont-all-makeup-but-can-we-all-get.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-end-is-always-bitter.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/10/celebrity-totem-how-many-of-us-have-them.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/10/housework.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/10/nobody-ever-cared-about-your-iphone.html
 (14%) 
 
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 (14%) 
 

Total: 7

11. After my graduation, I found that the following events, training sessions, or projects that I participated in during my stay at KASIT were useful in my after-graduation life, career, or study.

 nothing
 (20%) 
 
 CV build up
 (20%) 
 
 -
 (20%) 
 
 https://ello.co/freedating http://mypage.rediff.com/alex-wise/94458004 https://uniquethis.com/profile/thisislove https://www.debate.org/Vishenka/ http://www.supportduweb.com/profile-45252.html https://www.scoop.it/t/relationships-by-mieli https://gab.com/Stonecoldman
 (20%) 
 
 https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/09/surprise-on-married-cheating-websites.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-rules-of-engagement.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/09/the-top-11-reasons-he-hasnt-called.html https://moslitski70.blogspot.com/2018/09/undateable-intense-competition-online.html
 (20%) 
 

Total: 5

12. As a KASIT alumni, I deem that my following comments are necessary to develop KASIT's programs, research,  and educational environment.

 Just please make the programming languages in a lab mode (1hr) because its fun and great environment for learning not a class room which make it a place to sleep ...
 (25%) 
 
 -
 (25%) 
 
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 (25%) 
 
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 (25%) 
 

Total: 4