QAAC conducting online surveys that are dynamically created throughout AIMS, since these surveys are university wide surveys, AIMS supports a standardized set of questions with the ability to add a program’s custom questions where only program’s responders can answer them.

Senior Exit Survey (SES) is implemented with the aid of an integrated interface with the Registration Department’s online system. The survey conducted every semester for students who will be graduated by end of each semester. Students must answer the survey in order to release there certificates. Consequently, the Registration Department  release the certificate.

Steps to answer the online Senior Exit Survey (FOR STUDENTS USE):
1. The survey’s website is http://qaac-aims.uob.edu.bh/aims/survey_se_login.php
2. Students should use there own network username and password to log-in to the survey.
3. Student MUST answer all the questions till the end, and then save it.
Note: this survey needs approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Steps to check the completion of the Senior Exit Survey (FOR REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT USE):
1. Use your net browser to access http://qaac-aims.uob.edu.bh/aims/login.php
2. Use the user name and password generated by the QAAC
3. Choose search responder option from the surveys menu
4. Enter the student ID
Note: if you are having difficulty, or need additional help, please call us on 1743 8083- 17438912

Alumni Survey  implementation of this survey done through the alumni site, where alumni should registered them selves to do so. Also, implemented by sending alumni a custom email with all information to do the survey and is usually administered by the departments or program owners.

Faculty Survey  which is conducted with cooperation with HR online System  http://qaac-aims.uob.edu.bh/aims/survey_f_login.php

In addition to that QAAC conducting online survey for Course Evaluation https://sis.uob.edu.bh. Each semester students rate the quality of our courses. Since 2016, the evaluation of courses has been conducted electronically via the Student Information System (SIS). In contrast to the classical paper-based course evaluation systems, this electronic system improved the flexibility of the evaluation by allowing students to undertake the survey anywhere and at any given time during the courses evaluation survey period. Due to the nature of this evaluation, the identities of the students who participated in the courses evaluation survey are kept anonymous. All data is confidential and only aggregated data is made available for improvement purposes.

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