The ERES 2009 Education Seminar, held at TU Vienna in December 2009, provided a good opportunity for a lively discussion of feedback mechanisms following university classes. This paper discusses the benefits to be drawn for a real-estate education activity from such an evaluation, a process belonging to the sphere of quality management. Furthermore, the paper explains the procedures used at TU Vienna and compares it to similar procedures at other education facilities. The focus lies on post-graduate in-service training classes. The authors also discuss questions of principle relating to the handling of evaluation processes. This seems to be particularly significant, as real-estate education classes are not only taught by ìacademicsî but first and foremost by practitioners in the field.