National component Belgium (Flanders)
In order to asses criterion 6c regarding the achievement of learning outcomes, the assessment panel is required to look at students’ work which, according to the joint programme (and indicated in the self-evaluation report), demonstrate that their graduates achieve the intended learning outcomes. Students’ work can here refer to a final thesis but also to other products (work of art, portfolio, etc.). The assessment panel should select, randomly and differentiated by marks achieved, fifteen students from a list of graduates for the last two completed academic years. For each student selected, the panel examines the meaningful students’ work, including the completed and signed assessment forms. These documents will be supplied by the programme prior to the site visit. The assessment panel includes in the report which students work it has evaluated as a basis to establish whether the learning outcomes are achieved in the programme.
There are no additional elements that need to be included in the assessment procedure.