As we value our students’ feedback, at the end of each academic year we ask them about their satisfaction with the implementation of the study programme and about their proposals for changes and improvements.
As many as 90% of the students say that the implementation of the study programme has exceeded their expectations.
They commended the competent and inspiring teachers, the design of the entire syllabus, and the unique implementation of courses, which is slightly different from that in master’s programmes. Students assessed practically all aspects of the implementation of the programme (applicability of the programme, modern content, programme organisation, information provided to students, cooperation with the programme manager and academic advisor) with average grades of more than 6 on a 7-point scale. We were further interested in how organised study activities support students’ progress in the preparation of the outline and doctoral dissertation. As many as 60% of the students report that organised study activities offer excellent support for work on the outline and dissertation, while the rest consider this support to be good/appropriate.