The basis for the evaluation of Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs

For the Master of Medicines Regulatory Affairs programme, all courses and supervision are evaluated. The tuition is evaluated using standardised questionnaires.

Follow-up on the evaluation

The responsibility for following up on the evaluations lies in relation to the individual course with the course responsible, in cooperation with the department’s teaching committee, and at a more general level with the study board and head of studies:

  • The course responsible, on the basis of the evaluation results and dialogue with the students and any co-instructors, summarises what worked especially well on the course and where they may be a need for follow-up action. On this background, the course responsible prepares a brief written follow-up for the head of studies and the study board.
  • The results of the evaluation as well as the comments of the course responsible and the teaching committee are discussed by the study board. On the background of these discussions, the head of studies prepares a summarising annual evaluation report. You can read the evaluation reports here.

Results from the survey-based evaluation are published on this site, unless this is contrary to the Danish Act on Processing of Personal Data.

Evaluation of tuition, autumn 2019 and spring 2020

The plan for the evaluation of courses and supervision, autumn 2019 and spring 2020 can be seen here.