Guidelines for course evaluations

Guidelines for course evaluations

Course evaluations are an important part of the quality work of our educational programmes. Course evaluations are optional for students to fill in, but it is an obligation for the University to offer students the opportunity.

Course evaluations are reviewed by the Union's Student Liasion Officer. Afterwards, it is compiled in a course report by the course manager in consultation with the course representatives. The course report should highlight the strengths and weaknesses of the course and contain proposals for improvements. Each course report is analysed by the principal and the Basic Education Committee (GRUFF). The report is of interest for the course principal because it allows the principal to follow the course over time, and in this way ensure that it keeps as high a quality as possible. It can also serve as a basis for each teacher's individual development plan. The program coordinators and GRUFF also have the benefit of following the courses, to ensure that there are no unnecessary overlaps between the programs' courses.

Course reports may also be of interest to us students faced with the choice of the elective courses in A8/R6. By taking part of course reports for the courses you are interested in, you can choose the courses that seem to keep the highest quality.