The first university-wide evaluation of consecutive master’s degree programs at Freie Universität Berlin was performed in the 2013 summer semester.
The goal of collecting student evaluations of various aspects of the studies offered and study conditions is to help identify existing weak points and identify actions to take to improve the programs. The survey also collects information on students’ individual preconditions and life circumstances in order to check whether the programs offered adequately accommodate the diversity of the student body at Freie Universität Berlin.
Across the university, the results of the master’s degree survey are examined closely, contributing to subject-specific and interdepartmental process of quality assurance for studies and teaching and to mapping out of measures to develop quality.
Click here for the university-wide report on the results of the survey of students in master’s degree programs for 2013: Ergebnisbericht der Masterbefragung 2013.
The next survey of students in consecutive master’s degree programs is scheduled for the 2017 summer semester.
For further information on the survey, please see the evaluation pages of the Arbeitsstelle Lehr- und Studienqualität.