As a student at Chalmers there are many ways of influencing the course itself and circumstances surrounding it.
Teaching assessement by course evaluation group
According to the regulations governing universities, the universities themselves are responsible for assessing each course to ensure that the education can be maintained at a high level.
At Chalmers it is often the students themselves who carry out the assessment. Most student sections have a study committee. Students who are interested in educational issues get involved and they then carry out the assessment. This may take the form of distributing questionnaires, holding interviews and so on. If you think that something on the courses can be improved, it is easiest to approach the study committee in order to change it.Course evaluation group in detail
Daily life problem
You can also approach the educational unit at the Students’ Union if you have questions or views on anything affecting the programme and courses. This could include the opening hours at the cafés, poor working environment, the lack of bike sheds or anything at all. If it refers to something in your own section, it is easiest to approach your student section. In other cases you can approach the Students’ Union with your views. The Students’ Union is represented on all the decision-making bodies and bodies looking into the background of cases, so there is always an opportunity to influence your situation at Chalmers.Know more about Students' Union