We also test and assess ourselves as an educational institution. Your judgment is very important in this.
As a rule, an oral evaluation takes place at the end of all teaching programs and projects. The relevant teacher(s) and students jointly discuss the experiences of all involved. The purpose of this evaluation is:
- review of the content and course of the program or project with respect to the objectives
- assessment of the value of the program or project in the curriculum of the program.
- assessment of the approach and guidance of the teacher(s)
- review of student learning outcomes.
In addition to these interviews, written or digital course evaluations are periodically administered to year groups. These take the form of an anonymous survey in which students can assess numerous aspects of the unit or subject and the approach and quality of the teacher.
Halfway through the program and just before graduation, a program evaluation is conducted with all students in the form of an interview with an independent quality assurance policy officer. In the program evaluation, students can assess the entire program and make recommendations.
Each year, all programs of the college participate in the National Student Survey (NSE). Students are invited by mail to participate in this, in as large numbers as possible.
Part of the quality assurance cycle is also an annual meeting between the artistic director and the management. During this meeting, the artistic director and management take an integrated look at all evaluations received and jointly draw up an action plan.
Should you have any complaints about the quality of the education, there are various ways of voicing them. View the complaint arrangements.