Content, progress and pedagogy of the
The student conducts a project report within in an external
organisation in order to acquire practical experience in solving
advanced techno-anthropological challenges in a professional
Students who complete the module can
- hold knowledge of techno-anthropological methods for analysis
of advanced tasks within the field of the external
- understand the connection between theory and practice.
- hold knowledge of the organisational structure and the work of
an organisation seen from an interdisciplinary and
- be able to apply techno-anthropological methods for analysis
and solving of advanced tasks within the field of the external
- be able to compare and evaluate assumptions, limitations and
uncertainties related to the methods applied in connection to
finding solutions of advanced challenges within the field of the
- be able to handle development-oriented situations in connection
to either studying or working.
- be able to use the correct terminology in oral, written or
graphical communication and documentation of challenges and
solutions within the field of the external organisation.
- be able to analyse the academic, professional and social
benefits of the traineeship.
- be able to communicate these results in a project report
- be able to evaluate the learning result of the academic
|Name of exam||Academic Internship|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The student presents the academic internship and the
professional results, including the major projects in particular.
The evaluation shall include a discussion and assessment of the
academic internship and the study programme, and a reflection of
the consistency of the academic internship with the study
programme’s activities is made. The evaluation is based on an
assessment of the student's presentation and discussion of the
project report and the academic internship, and the project