What do students have to say?

What do students have to say?

The survey results for the Barcelona and Venice modules (MIM edition 2017-19) are available

The MIM students’ feedback is systematically requested on all dimensions of the course. The survey at the end of each module is particularly important, to assess three areas: 1) module structure and content; 2) learning environment; 3) communication, organisation and support. For the third edition (2017-19), the class of 33 students was asked to fill in a questionnaire and rate – on a Likert scale 1-5 – eight course aspects/elements for each area, corresponding to a total of 24 statements. The response rate was 100%, and the main results are as follows:

  • the overall assessment averages 4.12 / 5.00, with as many as 15 statements (out of 24) scoring more than 4.00;
  • the highest degree of satisfaction – ranging between 4.50 and 5.00 – is for the “relevance and content of the lectures” (and for their taking place on schedule), “the relations with the teaching staff” and “quality of academic supervision”, as well as for the assistance provided at local level for academic matters;
  • the lowest marks (3.46 and 3.50 respectively, nonetheless in the positive) go to “study schedule/timetable” and “appropriateness/balance of the workload”, reflecting the demanding nature of the course.

IMG_0514-bAfter completing the second module in Venice, the 33 students of the 3rd Intake have been divided into four groups, and are beginning their period of complementary training at the MIM associated partners: Université de Sousse (Tunisia), Université Moulay Ismail (Meknès, Morocco), Université de Strasbourg (France) and Collegium Civitas (Varsaw, Poland). The whole group will meet again next  September in France, when will start the second year of the Master MIM at UPVM in Montpellier.