Evaluation area I assesses the procedures which support student-centred, working-life oriented planning, implementation and enhancement of education, which is based on research or artistic activities.
Based on the audit team’s evaluation, the evaluation area I is at the level good.
The audit team identified the following as key strengths and recommendations:
- Curriculum development is a systematic and participatory process that takes well into account of feedback from stakeholders and students.
- UTU provides a rich menu of teaching methods and assessment methods to support students’ learning.
- Teachers’ pedagogical skills and the development of teaching methods are strongly supported.
- There is good interaction between the Student Union and the UTU’s management concerning education evaluations and the development of teaching.
- UTU should continue to integrate multidisciplinarity even further into and across degree programmes.
- UTU should engage with students in analysing their well-being issues and developing preventive measures.
- UTU should find a variety of ways to give students feedback on their learning to support the achievement of learning objectives.
- UTU should also ensure equal influencing possibilities for all students, including international students, continuous learning students and doctoral researchers.