Dec. 2019, the third UT SKE symposium took place. The participants gave, by means of a poster and a pitch, fellow SKE-ers and other interested people from the UT, an impression of their findings based on a personal 'in-depth assignment'. The in-depth assignment is one of the components of the SKE trajectory. The SKE candidate explores a theme or a bottleneck within the study programme, in cooperation with stakeholders, and arrives at an analysis and, if possible, concrete solutions and an implementation plan.

The in-depth assignments were aimed at bottlenecks and needs that will occur in more study programmes at the UT (and elsewhere). They provide inspiring visions, considerations, ideas and advice for e.g. programme managers, examination boards and anyone closely involved in ensuring the quality of programmes. Below is an overview of the posters and documents:


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