The objectives of this module are:
Students form groups and define a problem relevant to the modules of the second semester. The group will work on the problem independently. The university provides academic supervision. Students must discuss various theories and select one or several, which they deem to be relevant. Unless it is a purely theory-based project, students must discuss which type of empirical data might be relevant in this context and organise the data collection. The topic of the project must be formulated as a problem, and students must seek to answer this problem. The answer must be based on theoretical reflection and – unless it is a purely theory-based project – be empirically grounded.
The module consists of the written student project. The project must be written in groups of 3 to 6 students. Students intending to write the project alone or in a two-person group must apply to the study board for dispensation from this general rule.
|Name of exam
|Project Module II
|Type of exam
Oral exam based on a projectThe examination for Project Module II is an external oral examination on the basis of a written project report. The examination is based on the project report produced by a group of students. The minimum and the maximum number of standard pages (2400 keystrokes) for the project report are as follows:
1 student: min 17 pages, max 30 pages (only possible with a dispensation from the study board)
2 students: min 22 pages, max 40 pages (only possible with a dispensation from the study board)
3 students: min 28 pages, max 50 pages
4 students: min 32 pages, max 60 pages
5-6 students: min 37 pages, max 70 pages
Duration of examination: The maximum duration of the examination is 20 minutes per student plus 10 minutes per project, up to a total limit of two hours. This includes time for grading and announcement of the result.
|7-point grading scale
|Type of grading
|Criteria of assessment
|The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies and Procedures
Danny Raymond is responseble for the projects in Copenhagen.
Lise Rolandsen Agustin is responseble for the projects at Development and International Relations in Aalborg.
Søren Dosenrode is responseble for the European Studies.
|Study Board of Politics and Society
|Department of Politics and Society
|Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities