All educational programmes including course elements are regularly reviewed through our assurance of learning system involving input from a wide range of stakeholders, incl. management, external stakeholders, and students. Input come from two overall types of measures, indirect and direct measures.
- Indirect measures cover the different kind of input normally used for programme and course review like the biennial educational reports, evaluations, grades etc.
- Direct measures is an additional kind of measure done every 4 years by assessing individual students' performance on programme-specific learning goals, normally through bachelor projects, master's thesis etc.
For every indirect measure, the data collection, type, assessor and reviewer is defined. Further information and access to results (if available) can be found in the list below:
For every programme-specific direct measure, a report is prepared with an overview of measured learning goals, results, and recommendations/decisions made by the study board. The reports can be found in the list below:
Read more on direct AoL measures