Quality Control and Assessments
Assessment of the Programme's Educational Content and the Organisation
Monitoring the quality control of the programme's educational content involves the digital assessment of courses. Each year, all courses are assessed, as is the division of the study load within and over semesters.
Upon the conclusion of a course, a digital questionnaire is anonymously sent to all participants. These questionnaires are made available through Blackboard.
The programme attaches great importance to these assessments. The results of all surveys are discussed by the Degree Programme Committees (DPC) and lecturers are asked to make use of the results of the evaluations in their Teacher Reports in order to improve the quality of their courses.
The Examination Board and the Director of Education both have access to the results of the assessments. Where necessary, improvements are implemented in the course or programme.
Summaries of the assessments and the lecturer's corresponding comments are published on Blackboard and thus made visible to all students.
Monitoring the fulfilment of the programme’s educational final objectives involves checking whether the course objectives of all obligatory courses together cover the final objectives, and (sample-wise) checking the adequacy of individual course assessments. This is done by the Examination Board.