Evaluation of study programmes – approval, monitoring and periodic review of programmes and awards
The faculty conducts systematic evaluations of study programmes and teaching.
Monitoring and evaluation of whole study programmes
Both the annual programme report and the programme evaluation systematically collate all of the most important results that may have emerged from the various initiatives throughout the year.
- The procedure for programme evaluations can be found here.
- The procedure for programme reports can be found here
- The procedure for the Faculty's follow-up on the Rector's feedback on the Dean’s report on the quality of education
Monitoring and evaluation of the study programmes’ sub-elements
In addition to the evaluation of whole study programmes, sub-elements are evaluated or monitored according to the following procedures:
- Procedure for course evaluations
- Procedure for the quality assurance of curricula and course descriptions
- Procedure for assuring the quality of Erasmus agreements and balance
Dialogue with external parties about the study programmes
Dialogue with external parties is highly important to our ability to enhance programmes, and so a procedure has been devised for the three key external parties.
Management of the faculty’s programme portfolio
The faculty has a duty to ensure that social science graduates acquire competences that meet society’s needs. The systematic programme evaluations and reports provide management with the information necessary to manage the programme portfolio and make decisions about the potential closure of study programmes or setting up of new ones. The procedures for setting up study programmes and for closing existing ones are as follows: