Collecting Information for Periodic Monitoring of Postgraduate Studies

The Internal Quality Assurance System (SGIQ) uses a set of institutional resources (e.g. surveys, studies, etc.) to gather impartial and objective information on different aspects of degree programmes (satisfaction of those involved, graduate employability, quantitative indicators on the implementation of training programmes, etc.).

In addition to collecting general information at institutional level, the coordinators on each degree programme may put their own systems into place to gather additional information (both quantitative and qualitative). All this information, be it institutional or at degree level, is used to analyse and be held publicly accountable for the implementation of postgraduate studies.