Follow-up on the evaluation of Human Biology
For all study programmes, each head of studies – in cooperation with the study board – must prepare an evaluation report, that is, a descriptive summary of the evaluations conducted during the academic year. The evaluation report must, amongst other things, emphasise subject elements that have received especially good evaluations, and can thus provide inspiration (best practice). Furthermore, the report must briefly describe planned and/or implemented improvements of subject elements based on previous evaluation results. The evaluation reports must be published.
The evaluation reports must also explain planned changes (which may have been described in previous evaluation reports) and how these changes may be reflected in the results of the evaluation.
See the annual evaluation reports for Human Biology:
Overall information on evaluation
Here you can read more about the overall basis for the evaluations and how we follow-up on the results