Teaching quality

Ensuring Quality is an indispensable process that involves all those who work in the University in which each individual's progress benefits the entire University and stimulates the healthy confrontation to which it is necessary to strive in order to make the social role played by the University effective and concrete.

"QUALITY ASSURANCE" means:

  • defining quality policies in tune and synergy with the University's strategic directions and reliable and robust procedures through which the governing bodies can implement them;
  • implementing activities to ensure effectiveness and efficiency in all the University's internal processes, first and foremost in the service of the quality of education and research;
  • creating awareness in all those who work in the University so that everyone's tasks are carried out competently and promptly, the services provided are effective, and a record is kept of what has been done to monitor and measure results.

For more information on Quality Assurance, please consult this page: https://www.unipr.it/AQ

Organisation and responsibility for Course QA

At Course of Study (CdS) level, the organisational structure relating to Quality Assurance consists of the following subjects and bodies:

  • Course President
  • Tutor
  • Responsible for CdS QA (RAQ)
  • Review Group (RG)
  • Working group for the rationalisation of timetables and classrooms and for the distribution of profit examinations
  • Committee for the revision of the Syllabuses
  • Guidance delegate and tutoring
  • Career guidance delegate
  • Education Manager
  • Administrative contact person for curricular internships
  • University tutors for curricular internships
  • Committee for the planning of differentiated training paths
  • Working group for the revision of the Teaching Regulations

 

The documents of the degree course management system are:

  • Single Annual Course Report Card for the degree course
  • Annual Monitoring Form (SMA)
  • Cyclical Review Report (RRC)
  • Questionnaires for the evaluation of training activities
  • Questionnaires for the evaluation of internship activities
  • Annual report of the CPDS
  • Annual report of the Evaluation Board
  • Minutes of the University Quality Assurance Committee
  • Course of Study Council
  • Minutes of the Department Council

The Course Quality Management Operational Plan is divided into five processes:
1. Defining the demand for training: planning and updating
2. Definition of Training Objectives and Expected Learning Outcomes: design and updating
3. Planning/updating and management of the training process
4. Delivery of the training process
5. Annual monitoring and cyclical review

The individual processes are then divided into activities, for which they are specified:
Purpose;
Primary responsibility;
Secondary responsibility;
Operational modes of implementation;
Timing.

Quality Assurance Management System for the Study Courses of the Department of Law, Politics and International Studies

The study courses of the Department of Law, Politics and International Studies  have a Quality Assurance Management System.

Attached is the document "Quality Assurance Management System for the Study Courses of the Department of Law, Politics and International Studies ", which describes the management system for Quality Assurance (QA) of the Study Courses of the Department of Law, Politics and International Studies , with particular reference to the provisions of the  Single Annual Course Report Card (SUACdS) in terms of Training Objectives, Student Experience, Training Results and Quality Organisation and Management.

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 study courses and is an integral part of the evaluation system. For students, it is an important opportunity to make their voice heard and actively participate in the life of their course of study, as a guarantee of better Quality Assurance: this is why the University recommends that it be filled in punctually and accurately.
More information on the OPIS questionnaires can be found on the following page: https://www.unipr.it/didattica/i-corsi-di-studio/compilazione-del-quest…

Single Annual Course Report Card

The  Single Annual Course Report Card (SUA) is a management tool for the design, implementation, self-assessment and re-design of the Course of Studies.
The Single Annual Course Report Card can be viewed on the ministerial website UNIVERSITALY.