Student Opinion Survey (ROS)

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Student Opinion Survey (ROS)

Dear students,
As part of the process of improving the University's educational services, your opinion on the quality of teaching is essential for the assessment procedure.
Therefore, all study programmes are subjected to an online evaluation procedure required by the ANVUR directives, which concern attending students, non-attending students and teachers.
Since this is a legal obligation, the University has set up a platform for survey, which is active for the academic year 2022-23 according to the following schedule:

Teaching Assessment:

  • from 28-10-2022 to 31-03-2023 (1st Semester)
  • from 03-04-2023 to 31-07-2023 (2nd Semester)
  • from 03-04-2023 to 31-07-2023 (Annual)

Annual Course Assessment:

  • 03-04-2023 to 15-10-2023

All students, whether they attend classes or not, must log in with their UniGePASS credentials to the platform and fill in the forms related to the courses included in their study plan, or express their wish not to fill them in.
We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to let us know about any aspects that can be improved that you have found in the design of the courses and in teaching delivery. The questionnaire guarantees complete anonymity.

Practical information:

  • As mentioned above, the questionnaire guarantees complete anonymity
  • It is only possible to complete the questionnaire if the study plan has been regularly uploaded into the University's computer system.
  • It is advisable to fill in the questionnaire, if attending, after having attended at least 75% of classes/lectures
  • It is also possible to fill in the questionnaire as a "non-attendee" (this option is recommended for those students who have attended less than 50% of their classes/lectures)
  • It is advisable, before proceeding to fill in the questionnaire, to check that there are no specific instructions/notices on the reference websites of your courses.
  • Finally, it is advisable to check that there are no specific warnings from your course coordinators and/or your tutors

Who can see the results of the questionnaires  and how are reports utilised?

The results (anonymous and in the form of a summary of results) are analysed:

by the teaching staff
by the Course Coordinator and the Course Quality Assurance Commission;
by the Director of the Department;
by the Members of the Teachers-Students School Commission;
the University Quality Assurance Committee;
the University Evaluation Committee.

Critical issues are reported to the governing bodies through the annual reports of the Teachers-Students Committees, the University Quality Assurance Committee and the Evaluation Committee.
If teachers have given explicit consent through the platform, their results are made publicly available through a system of dashboards on the University website.