We collect feedback about courses at the end of each semester. The semester feedback is a valuable source of information for quality assurance and provides insights for making our students learning experience even better. At the end of each semester students are asked to give feedback and reflect on their learning experience.
The feedback is confidential – the lecturer/staff cannot see the name or the study group of the student, who is giving feedback.
Spring 2021 feedback questionnaire
There is a separate questionnaire for each course that the student has completed. The questionnaire is divided into 3 sections: student experience, teaching methods & course structure, faculty. Each section contains one mandatory rating question, whilst open-ended questions are optional.
In each course questionnaire the questions can be rated on the scale from 1 (Strongly disagree) to 7 (Strongly agree). There is also the option of choosing 0 (Not applicable), if there is no suitable answer to the statement.
We encourage you to share constructive ideas, feedback, and suggestions at the end of each section. Open-ended questions help us to identify areas of improvement and best practices. The feedback survey for each course opens the latest one day after the last lecture of the course.
The deadline for the spring semester 2021 feedback is June 7, 2021.
Autumn 2020 feedback results
We would like to thank all the students who took the time to respond to the feedback questionnaire about last semester. We especially thank those who offered insights by adding comments, thus providing substantive feedback on both development areas and successes
Feedback by departments
The scores by departments are measured based on all the feedback questions (maximum score 7).
Feedback from the Head of the Departments
The students’ feedback was shared with EBS management, Heads of the Study Levels and Departments. Your input is invaluable as we continue to develop our courses and study programmes. The analysis of the feedback and areas of improvement proposed by the Heads of the Departments can be found here:
The average response rate on bachelor’s level was 37,44%, on master’s level 60,69% and on doctoral level 63,11%.
The bachelor’s programmes response rate is low – only 5 courses received a response rate of 50% or higher out of all the enrolled students. The highest response rate was 40,9% (Entrepreneurship and Business Administration). Other programmes received 35,71% (Entrepreneurship in the Digital Era) and 35,72% (International Business Administration).
Out of the master’s programmes the response rate is highest in the MBA programme (77,07%) followed by the International Business Administration programme (59,43%).
Scores by programmes
Each question rating based on the programme is showed below.
The Entrepreneurship & Business Administration programme received the highest score (BEB-6.35 out of 7). The Entrepreneurship in the Digital Era programme (IntBEB) score is 6,02 out of 7 and the International Business Administration programme (IntBBA) score 6 out of 7.
The nanodegree courses, which we offered to all the master level students, received the highest scores based on all the feedback questions. The MBA programme courses score is 6,05 out of 7 based on all the feedback questions. The International Business Administration (MA) courses score is 5,84 out of 7 based on all the questions.