Assessment of satisfaction with aspects of studyexamines the extent to which students are satisfied with the study program and organization of study, content and obligatory and elective courses available, teaching methods, student-teacher rapport, assessment and evaluation of student work, availability of learning materials, and the possibility of gaining practical competencies and involvement in various forms beyond teaching activities.
The average index of satisfaction with aspects of study for the academic year 2017/2018 is 3.9 (stable over the last 3 years of the survey, with an increase compared to 2014/2015 results when it was 3.8). Students are most satisfied with teachers (student-teacher rapport, communication, encouraging motivation – mean grade 4.2), and advice and support given by teaching and administrative staff during the course of study (mean grade 4.1). Students are least satisfied with elective courses available (mean grade 3.6) and the possibility of gaining practical competencies (mean grade 3.4).
The general satisfaction questionnaire aims to assess the extent to which the study program met student expectations, contributed to their personal growth, equipped the students with skills necessary to work in the relevant profession and enter the labor market, prepared them for further study, and whether they would recommend the study program to future students.
The average of the general study satisfactionindex for the academic year 2017/2018 is 3.9 (also stable since the beginning of the survey). The students are most satisfied with the contribution of the study program to their personal growth (mean grade 4.2), motivation for further learning (mean grade 4.1) and recommending their study program to others (mean grade 4.0). Lower grades were given to the possibility of entering the labor market (mean grade 3.8) and the ability to work in the relevant field of work (mean grade 3.6).
The questionnaire also assesses student intentions after graduation, where 67% of students express their intention to look for a job, 19% intend to continue their education and 6% plan to start their own business.