The purpose of this evaluation is to take account of the scientific and professional relevance of the range of programmes in terms of both knowledge acquisition and skills’ development. This therefore involves assessing the quality of the range of programmes in comparison with the institution’s policy.
What you need to know
- The institution’s self-evaluation of its programmes is a key element for both itself and for its external review. It must become the rule and reach a level of quality that conforms to the European standards.
- Organising the evaluation of teaching, from each module to the overall speciality, with and by students, is one aspect of this self-evaluation. It helps to assess the relevance of the teaching methods practised.
- Follow-up of what becomes of graduates for each degree is the key to assessing the performance of each programme.
- The evaluation of programmes comprises four scoring levels, A+, A, B and C, and a multi-criterion score for doctoral schools.