Teaching quality

For information on Quality Assurance, please consult this page of the University website: Quality Assurance

Student Opinion Survey Questionnaire (OPIS)

The student opinion survey questionnaire (OPIS) is a tool designed to detect student opinion with a view to improving teaching, quality and the organisation of degree courses and is an integral part of the assessment system; for students it is an important opportunity to make their voices heard and actively participate in the life of their course, as a guarantee of better Quality Assurance: for this reason the University recommends that it is filled in punctually and accurately.

For more information on the OPIS questionnaires, please consult the following page on the University website: Student opinion survey questionnaires (OPIS)

Organisation and responsibility for the QA of the Degree Course

Quality Assurance of the degree course is a constituent element of the management, monitoring and measurement of the dynamics governing teaching.

The Quality Assurance main actors for the degree course are:

  • Course President
  • RAQ
  • Course Council
  • Degree course Steering Committee
  • Degree course Review Group

For the purposes of Quality Assurance, each degreee course is required to:

  • apply, as far as it is concerned, the policies and general guidelines for Quality established by the governing bodies;
  • carry out self-assessment and review of its training and management of the degree course based on the analyses reported in the annual report of the CPDS and the data provided by ANVUR, the Evaluation Committee and the Management Control Division, also comparing itself with similar degree course with a view to benchmarking;
  • to promote continuous improvement and assess its effectiveness;
  • to implement the evaluation of teaching in accordance with the University's arrangements.

At Department and University level, the bodies involved in QA are described on the following pages of the institutional websites: