You can give feedback on the content of courses, the quality of the teaching or how well the course was organised by answering the feedback form sent by your teacher. Course feedback is typically handled through WebOodi. The feedback form there does not apply to courses completed by solely by a written examination of literature. If you prefer, you can give feedback directly to the teacher.
- Make sure that the email address in WebOodi is the one you normally use.
- Answer the request for feedback we send
- Take part in the smartphone drawing if you want.
Feedback request for first-year students
You can give feedback on your studies and the advice you have received and share learning experiences. We use this information to improve the quality of teaching and guidance.
You will get the feedback form via email in May if you began your bachelor’s studies the previous autumn. Only if you fill in the form do you become eligible to win a smartphone.
Fill in the bachelor’s level feedback form and tell us about your experiences doing a bachelor’s degree at the University. Your comments will help us improve teaching and guidance and to assess the University’s performance. The feedback also provides information for comparing the universities in Finland to one another.
Another reason the feedback you provide is extremely important is that it is the basis for 3% of the basic funding received by the University.
To get more information and to give feedback on the bachelor’s feedback process, contact: yopala (at) ulapland.fi
Provide feedback on how smoothly you felt your studies went. You can comment on teaching, guidance or how satisfied you are overall with your university studies. The feedback you give is used to make changes in the University and improve procedures to better meet students’ needs.
We send out the feedback questionnaire to all attending students who have completed over 220 credits or whose right to study is for master’s level studies only. We send out the feedback request by email in May.
During the year, we review all student feedback in the faculties’ feedback sessions and agree on what things need to be improved. The Head of Academic Affairs for the faculty draws up a memo which the Head of Quality Assurance presents to the Teaching Development Working Group. The Vice-Rector for Teaching, as chair of the Working Group, reports to the University Board on the feedback and passes on the Board’s comments to the deans and heads of academic affairs in the faculties.