You may give feedback about e.g. the content and organization of the courses and teaching quality by completing the student evaluation of teaching form sent by your teacher. Your teacher may request feedback by means of an interactive feedback discussion, a questionnaire, or tools available in the e-learning environment. In addition, you may give feedback about courses in WebOodi or directly to the teacher responsible for the course.
The feedback survey for Master's Degree students
Provide feedback and share your study experience with us. You may comment on teaching, guidance, or your overall satisfaction with your studies at our university. The feedback provided by you will be used to develop the operations of the University with the objective of further improving your study experience.
We send out the feedback questionnaire to all attending Master's students by email in May.
Give feedback in two simple steps
- Make sure that the email address you have entered in WebOodi is one that you use regularly.
- Complete and return the feedback form we send.
Feedback helps the university improve the teaching and learning experience
Our university makes use of a range of student feedback data to enhance your study experience. We collect feedback from our students comprehensively and systematically. Data on our students' experiences helps us keep up to date with the state of teaching and learning at our university. Student feedback helps the university assess teaching and learning quality and further improve the curricula. By completing our feedback questionnaires and by providing feedback via other forums, you can help us identify factors which help or hinder study progress and, thus, your feedback contribution helps improve the teaching and learning experience at our university.
Take part in the feedback wrap-up meetings
The total feedback about teaching and learning collected across different channels is discussed in the annual feedback wrap-up meetings.
Every spring, each field of study will organize its own feedback wrap-up meeting open to the students and staff of the field in question. In the meetings, the course feedback and yearly feedback are discussed with a particular focus on planning, development and evaluation of teaching and questions about the contents of the study subject. The meeting memos are delivered to the faculties to be examined at the feedback meetings.
In addition, every year in November/December, the faculties organize their own feedback wrap-up meetings. The meetings are open to teaching personnel, students and other personnel of the faculty organizing the meeting. In these meetings, the student feedback collected across different channels during the year is discussed. On the basis of the feedback, the faculties assess the need for development measures and agree on these.
The implementation of the development measures agreed upon by the fields of study and faculties is monitored not only by the fields and faculties themselves but also by the University Board and the Working Group on Management and Development of Teaching (OPKE). The Working Group on Management and Development of Teaching reviews feedback on the basis of the meeting memos provided by the fields of study and faculties and informs the University Board annually of teaching quality, the functioning of the feedback system and the impact of student feedback.