Evaluation of courses at Hanken

After taking a course, students should evaluate it and this way help to develop the teaching at Hanken.

Systematic course evaluation at Hanken

All courses in the BSc and MSc Programme are evaluated by the participants at the end of the course. This overall evaluation is conducted through WebOodi. In addition, each teacher can collect feed-back for example through Moodle during the course. Such feed-back is seen only by the teacher her/himself.

For the evaluation results to be reliable and in order to maximise the benefit of the evaluations for students as well as the teachers, it is very important that the number of respondents is as large as possible. Therefore also your input is needed. Please use the opportunity to make a difference by following the link in the e-mail you get to your Hanken e-mail account!


When you are registered for a course in WebOodi, you will get an automatically generated e-mail informing you that the evaluation form for the course has opened. The message contains a link to the evaluation form in WebOodi, where you need to log in. Fill in the evaluation by answering the short questions on a scale 1-5:

  • Give a grade to the course as a whole      
  • I would recommend the course to other students
  • I have achieved the learning goal of the course and have the expected knowledge and skills
  • What was especially good about the course? What was disappointing about the course? How should the course be improved?

Please note that you cannot open the same evaluation more than once, so answer the questions within one login. The evaluation form is open for two weeks. If you have not submitted your evaluation you will get two reminders before the evaluation closes. You can only evaluate the courses you are registered for. The submitted answers are completely anonymous and a student cannot in any case be identified separately.

Who will see the evaluation?

As a participant you can see the results of the evaluations by logging in to WebOodi and choosing Evaluations. If the results are not available, there are either too few answers on the evaluation, or the teacher has chosen not to publish them. The free text answers are seen only by the teacher.

The results for the three common questions are available for the teacher responsible for the course, the Head of Major subject, Head of Department, the Dean of Education and Rector. The course evaluations are important tools in supporting the continuous development of quality in teaching.

The results of previous evaluations

You will find the results for the course evaluations in which you have participated in WebOodi (unless there have been too few answer, or the teacher has blocked the evaluation) under Evaluation. You can also look up previous evaluation results on any courses under Course eval.summary.

Due to national legislation Hanken does not publish course evaluations without the consent from the responsible teacher.