Upon completion of the course, students are expected to:
Teaching and learning methods will include lectures, seminars, workshops, excursions and 2 school experience weeks.
The interaction between student and teacher is of vital importance in the seminars, and the different nationalities are required to bring in their own perspectives in dealing with the different topics. Thus, the students´ attendance in the seminars is not compulsory, but of vital importance for the learning outcome.
The workload is estimated to ca. 800 hours.
An individual written essay (50% of final mark).
An individual oral examination (50% of final grade).
Graded assessment A-F (F is Fail).
Before participating in school practice or school visits all students must sign a declaration of confidentiality, and present a Certificate of good conduct issued by the police, or a confirmation from the home institution that the valid certificate is in their possession.
The excursions that are included in the programme are subsidised, but students must be prepared to pay for food. Further information will be given when the semester starts.
Faculty of Humanities and Education