Home // Students // Student Feed... // Course feedback questionnaire

Course feedback questionnaire

 

Go to

 

Purpose

The purpose of the Course feedback questionnaire is:

  • to contribute to the development and maintenance of high-quality learning experiences for all students;
  • to establish an easily accessible and regularly occurring space for constructive feedback;
  • to provide students with an opportunity to reflect on their learning progress and study experiences and raise concerns when necessary; and
  • to give instructors a better understanding of what works and what does not work in their course(s).

 

Look at the video we filmed with some students on why it is important to give course feedback.

↑ go to top

 

The questionnaire

The Course feedback questionnaire consists of twenty-four questions, plus two background questions to gather demographic information.

The questionnaire is available in English, French and German. Download the list of items of the questionnaire as PDF.

The Course feedback questionnaire (formerly referred to as Course evaluation) was first implemented at the University in the academic year 2009/2010.

  • Since the summer semester 2020, the University has been using a single data collection platform.

    one single platform

  • Since the winter semester 2021, all three Faculties have used the same online questionnaire to collect student feedback.

    one single questionnaire

↑ go to top

 

FAQ

When is the the Course feedback questionnaire administered?

Course feedback is mainly collected at the end of every semester over a period of four weeks before the exam period.

Who can participate?

All students enrolled on bachelor and master study programmes who are attending courses during the current semester are invited to give feedback. Doctoral candidates can provide feedback about their courses (transferable skills and disciplinary and interdisciplinary training) via specific forms after each course. For more information on this topic, please refer to the Moodle pages about Doctoral education.

How to participate

At the end of every semester and during the four-week period before exams, please go to: https://feedback.uni.lu/login/

When and where are the results available?

Course feedback reports are made available for instructors the day after the meeting of the jury d’examen at: https://feedback.uni.lu/cfReports/
For more information on the Course feedback questionnaire, please refer to the following guide: Course feedback questionnaire. Student feedback – course level

↑ go to top

 

Useful documents

↑ go to top

 

Feedback campaigns

Go to

 

Course feedback - Winter semester 2021-2022

Course feedback winter semester 2021-2022

Some facts for the winter semester 2021-2022

  • nearly 6000 completed questionnaires were submitted;
  • 1696 students (FSTM, FDEF and FHSE) completed one or more questionnaires;
  • 80,6% of courses (bachelor and master programmes) received feedback from at least one student.

 

Course feedback - Summer semester 2020-2021

Some facts for the summer semester 2020-2021

  • 5300 completed questionnaires were submitted;
  • 1200 students (FSTM, FDEF and FHSE) completed one or more questionnaires;
  • 83,4% of courses (bachelor and master programmes) received feedback from at least one student.

 

Course feedback - Winter semester 2020-2021

Course feedback WS2020-2021

Some facts for the winter semester 2021-2022

  • nearly 8000 completed questionnaires were submitted;
  • 1829 students (FSTM, FDEF and FHSE) completed one or more questionnaires;
  • 90,3% of courses (bachelor and master programmes) received feedback from at least one student.

 

Course feedback - Summer semester 2019-2020

Course feedback SS2019-2020

Some facts for the summer semester 2019-2020

  • nearly 4000 completed questionnaires were submitted;
  • 830 students (FSTM, FDEF and FHSE) completed one or more questionnaires.

 

Previous feedback campaigns

2018 - 2019

Discover why your feedback is important! (December 2018 – FSTM)

 

2017 - 2018

Course evaluation period for the 2018 summer semester! (Anke Muessig - FDEF, May 2018)

 

2016 - 2017

It is time to evaluate your Course! (FHSE - Christine Schiltz, May 2017)

Why does your lecture care? (FHASE - Agnès Prüm, December 2016)

Why does your lecture care? (FHSE - Robert Reuter, December 2016)

 

2015 - 2016

Course evaluation starts today. Just do it! (December 2015 - Students FSTM)

↑ go to top