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Student feedback at University of Luxembourg

Student feedback is an essential component of the University’s Quality Assurance Framework for Education and as such continuously developed further.

Feedback is a critical determiner for enhancing learning – of teachers as much as of students. Teachers rely on student feedback to know what their teaching has achieved. It helps teachers better understand what to do next, and how to improve. Feedback also affords the students who give it newfound appreciation of their learning process.

The University of Luxembourg is committed to providing students ample opportunity to give feedback and discuss their study experiences with teaching and programme staff.

Where students give feedback, teachers undertake to respect and use it for improving their teaching. Wherever possible, a dialogue between students and staff follows feedback. Feedback informs the development of courses and curricula, and students should be involved in development processes whenever possible.

How to give feedback

Students can give feedback using different channels. Student surveys are designed to encourage reflection of experiences and expectations, and to provide constructive commentary. Students can also contact their Study Programme Representatives or the Student Delegation to give feedback concerning their study programme, study experience or the life at the University more generally.

If you would like to share your thoughts about current possibilities to give feedback and/ or you would like to share any further initiatives, suggestions, ideas to improve the quality on learning and teaching for your study programme, please let us know: quality@uni.lu


Student Surveys

Study Programme Representatives

and Student Delegation

Other Ways of Involvement


Student Surveys

Students, via email and other communication channels (Moodle, Facebook, and Instagram), get specific instructions to participate in the following surveys. These surveys are implemented during the year.

  • Course feedback (formerly known as course evaluation). BA and MA students can provide feedback on their experiences in courses and about their overall learning experiences by completing the course feedback survey at the end of each semester.
    For more information: FDEF, FSTM and FHSE
  • Student Satisfaction Survey: The Student Satisfaction Survey aims to measure the level of satisfaction of BA and MA students with various aspects of their studies and services at the University (application phase, arrival and orientation phase; content of their study programme and quality of academic offer, assessment and feedback, learning resources, housing, etc.).
  • Graduation Survey: In order to better understand how the University can help students prepare for their professional life after graduation, BA and MA graduates are asked for feedback on their experiences of orientation and transition from University to the labour market
  • Doctoral Students Survey: This survey documents career trajectories of doctorate holders in order to develop an online post-career progression and outcome instrument for monitoring, evaluation and planning purposes.
  • Other Surveys: Students can share their ideas about different topics important for the University. Recently, a survey to collect student opinion on remote teaching was conducted.


Student Delegation and Study Programme Representatives

  • Volunteering as a Study Programme Representative gives students the opportunity to pass on the feedback of their peers directly to teaching and programme staff. The student delegation, elected every two years, represents the students in several committees and can therefore voice the students' perspective in these committees.
    More information on the student participation pages.


Other Ways of Involvement

  • Being involved in different institutional projects and programme accreditation.
  • Student focus groups are frequently convened when feedback is required on specific projects or initiatives.
  • Through direct communication with teaching and programme staff (by email, phone, and/or face-to-face).