The Education Committee is a legally required committee, of which is the main function to give direct feedback to the study program. This is merely done in focus groups with the teachers involved in a specific course or part of the project. The committee consists of four students, four staff members and the Director of Education.
The Evaluation Committee evaluate courses of the bachelor and master program of Industrial Design Engineering. It’s of great importance that the courses are evaluated so that it can be ascertained where the bottlenecks and strengths of the program sits.
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VisIO a committee which tries to improve and inspire the study program Industrial Design Engineering by organizing consultations with member of S.G. Daedalus. The consultation consists of the student members of the Education Committee, the Evaluation Committee and the Faculty Council.
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Where the education committee acts as the advising body in matters concerning the programme, the faculty council fulfils that role for the faculty of Engineering Technology (ET). The difference to the Education Committee is that the Faculty Council does have the right to consent when it comes to certain matters such as the Education and Examination regulation (EER). It is a body with more legal power. The Faculty Council consists of five student members and five staff members. Student members are chosen annually through election. The Faculty Council assembles twice a month for meetings, one of which is attended by the dean. Besides educational matters the Faculty Council discusses research and handle matters that concern the entire faculty such as the climate control system in the Horst.
Rianne Hagen participates on behalf of the study program Industrial Design Engineering. More information about the Faculty Council can be found on www.utwente.nl/ctw/fr