On May 20, Teaching Quality Assessment commenced for the fourth module. Read on to learn about new features that have been introduced to the process and important deadlines.
Teaching Quality Assessment (TQA) is one of the measures to improve the planning and organisation of the teaching process. Assessment results are taken into account by heads of faculties, departments and educational programmes for adjusting their employment policy and course curricula. TQA has been held since 2015 and gives a fresh start to the Faculty Rating project, which has a 10-year-long history.
Students of all HSE undergraduate, specialist and Master’s programmes in all campuses are involved in the Teaching Quality Assessment. Detailed instructions for participants of the Teaching Quality Assessment are available in the Students section on the HSE web-site.
After processing, summaries of the survey results become available (in LMS) to programme coordinators, heads of departments and schools, and deans of faculties. Please check the Faculty section to see your personal results.