Education Quality Work Groups 2016/2017
During the academic year 2016/2017 Education Quality Work Groups project will be carried out in the faculties of TUT. This year, feedback will be gathered from both Estonian And English master's studies' programmes of TUT. The project will not be carried out in Bachelor's studies, because the programmes are being reformed and feedback would not be necessary right now.
UPDATE: Project has been carried out and the results have been forwarded to the faculties!
A Milestone for Foreign Students
We are happy to inform that this years Education Quality Work Groups projects is also carried out for all foreign degree students!
This projects has given a lot of quality feedback amongst Estonian students and helped to make learning process in TUT one of the best in region.
Because TUT is taking huge steps towards international community, Student union has decided to expand this project to new target groups which have not had a chance to say what can be done better and therefore contribute to making learning experience here as best as possible. Read further information and FAQ
Have you ever wondered why something is done like it is done now? Or why something incredibly good and useful is done only in one class but should be done elsewhere too?
Participate in Education Quality Work Group which this years also includes foreign students! Come and make foreigners thoughts and ideas come to life! Registrate HERE
UPDATE: For this year, registration has ended!
The project will not be carried out in the faculties of Civil Engineering and Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering will be left out, because this project was held there during last academic year. The reports have not been completed yet, but as soon as they are, they will be sent to Student Union for checking and improving. After that they will be sent to the faculty of Mechanical Engineering in March 2017 when all the faculties' reports are completed. Then they will be put into practice.
The project will not be carried out in the faculty of Civil Engineering, because the integrated programmes are already being reformed, and feedback would not be necessary at this point in time. Instead of it, an alumni poll will be carried out, separated from the Education Quality Work Groups project.
UPDATE: The report of Mechanical Engineering has been finished and forwarded to the faculty. And the alumni poll of Civil Engineering has also been completed.