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Consolidated text drafted by the Academic Management Service

 

Art. 167 of the University of Alicante Statutes on student learning assessment

 

1.The assessment criteria for each course will be contained in the course description, which will be published by UA centres in advance and, in all cases, before the registration period starts.

 

2. The staff responsible for each degree will ensure that assessment is in line with the syllabi of subjects and courses, according to the criteria established in the University of Alicante Internal Quality Assurance System and the learning outcomes and skills of the degree.

 

3. Each course’s assessment guidelines will be published in advance and, in any case, before the registration period starts.

 

4. Assessment tests will be designed based on transparency and objectivity criteria.

 

5. UA centres and units in charge of courses will make the necessary arrangements for all assignments, internship reports and documents used for student assessment purposes to be stored by lecturers on a standard material medium at the University of Alicante until the end of the following academic year, in compliance with the applicable regulations.

 

The University will provide the technological infrastructure required to ensure that lecturers can store such documents in good conditions, regardless of the medium employed for submission and assessment.

 

6. Students will be periodically informed of their academic performance. They will also be entitled to request mark reviews through learning assessment procedures, and also mark changes.

 

 

UA centres’ examination and assessment regulations:

 

Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences

 

Faculty of Science, of 10 May 2004

 

Faculty of Law, of 9 July 2010

 

Faculty of Education, of 9 September 2008

 

Faculty of Arts

 

Polytechnic School, of 19 July 2007

 

Faculty of Health Sciences

 
Assessment and examination framework regulations (approved by the Governing Board of 12 June 1998)

 

1.- Examination calendars must be made available to students before the registration period, except for December resits, which will be determined in the corresponding academic calendar.

 

2.- Before the course or subject classes start, lecturers or departments must provide students with the following information in writing:

A. Course syllabus.

B. Assessment test type or types.

C. Possible incompatibilities or clashes between tests.

D. Assessment criteria and weighting.

 

3.- A maximum period must be set between the test and the publication of marks.

 

4.- The mark review period and venue must be specified and published on the course or department board.

 

5.- This regulatory framework will be organised and developed by centre boards, establishing minimum time frames for examination review and the claims procedure.

 

Article 167. Student learning assessment

 

1. The assessment criteria for each course will be contained in the course description, which will be published by UA centres in advance and, in all cases, before the registration period starts.

 

2. The staff responsible for each degree will ensure that assessment is in line with the syllabi of subjects and courses, according to the criteria established in the University of Alicante Internal Quality Assurance System and the learning outcomes and skills of the degree.

 

3. Each course’s assessment guidelines will be published in advance and, in any case, before the registration period starts.

 

4. Assessment tests will be designed based on transparency and objectivity criteria.

 

5. UA centres and units in charge of courses will make the necessary arrangements for all assignments, internship reports and documents used for student assessment purposes to be stored by lecturers on a standard material medium at the University of Alicante until the end of the following academic year, in compliance with the applicable regulations.

 

The University will provide the technological infrastructure required to ensure that lecturers can store such documents in good conditions, regardless of the medium employed for submission and assessment.

 

6. Students will be periodically informed of their academic performance. They will also be entitled to request mark reviews through learning assessment procedures, and also mark changes.