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CANES MSc Programme


There are a variety of ways that you can give feedback to the CANES management on teaching.

Remember…you don’t always have to wait to give feedback via  module evaluation. If there’s a pressing issue you can discuss it with the Centre Manager, your module leader or Cohort Tutor during their office hours (or by appointment).

Interim Module Feedback

In week three of your modules, your lecturer will ask you to complete a very short questionnaire with the aim of identifying any issues or confusions students have early on so that we can address them as quickly as possible. At the following week’s session your lecturer will summarise your responses and address any issues with the class.

This also takes place in week three of tutorials to help tailor your tutorial experience.

End of Module Feedback

In addition to the interim module evaluations, towards the end of each module, you will be asked to evaluate your learning experience via an anonymous survey.  

Teaching staff and the Head of Department are asked to give full consideration to all survey findings and produce action plans to address any issues that students have identified. These issues and the Department’s attempts to resolve them are then discussed at the Staff-Student Liaison Committees, ensuring that students are updated about how their feedback is informing teaching practices and student support. 

Responses to your module feedback will be documented on the Department’s student feedback pages.

Department Additional Feedback

If there are additional comments you would like to make on any aspect of departmental teaching and learning which you do not think are appropriate to include on an individual module or tutorial feedback form or spring to mind outside of the set feedback times, you may send them to the Department using an online feedback form.The link is available from the Department Internal Pages.

The comments will be looked at by the Head of Programmes and the Department Education Committee.  You may leave anonymous comments, if you wish, but if you would like a personal reply, please include your KCL email address or student number. 

Unless you choose to provide us with your details, this form will remain anonymous. 







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