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Course evaluations and course evaluation reports

On completion of a course, a course evaluation and course evaluation report must be conducted. The aim is partly to collect the students’ perceptions of the course, and partly to create a basis for course development and feedback to the students.


Course evaluation

Each course must include a course evaluation in writing that gives students the opportunity to express their opinions anonymously in relation to the lecturer/examiner. The written evaluation may be supplemented with interviews, focus groups or other instruments.

Course evaluation report

On completion of a course, the course director is to perform an evaluation of the course resulting in a written course evaluation report.

The course evaluation report interweaves data consisting of:

  • the course director’s thorough reflections on the implementation of the course,
  • a compilation of students’ course evaluations.

A course evaluation report is to be one of several documents to support the development and change of courses. Each department compiles and makes the course evaluation reports available to its students via the department website or learning platform.


Malin Schatz
+ 46 46 222 72 64
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Helen Wiman
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