The education at the Radboud University is characterised by its high quality and is closely linked to the research that is carried out at the university. In order to maintain the high quality of our study programmes, we work continuously to strengthen the quality culture at Radboud University. A healthy quality culture generates a climate in which it is only natural that lecturers, students and management work together to renew and improve education.
One aspect of this quality culture is that all of the study programmes at Radboud University are assessed once every six years by external assessment committees. These educational inspections are carried out in accordance with the assessment framework that has been drawn up by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). The reports and subsequent decisions that have been made by the NVAO can be found on their website.
One part of the educational inspection is the development meeting between the assessment committee and staff from the study programme. During this meeting, possible improvements are discussed from a development perspective. The results of this discussion are documented, but they do not form part of the assessment report. The institution is legally required to make the report of the development meeting publicly available within one year after the accreditation report has been issued.
List of development meeting reports
Only available in Dutch