This unit, which is available to students in European Studies and can be counted towards a major in other approved programs, takes the form of a short-term internship with a European partner organisation. Students will have the opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills working on specific projects in practical contexts, supported by assessments and teaching designed to help connect theory to practice.
1x3hr intensive seminar or equivalent at beginning of semester, 1x preliminary meeting with partner organisation accompanied by supervisor, 3x individual meeting (half hour) or small group meeting (one hour) with supervisor or equivalent. minimum of 90 hours working with partner organisation. total maximum student workload (including on-campus meetings, meetings with partner organisation, time spent working in partner organisation and time spent preparing asessable tasks): 120-150 hours.
3x600wd internship journals (30%), 1x800wd report outline and bibliography (15%), 1x2600wd internship report (40%), 1xshort oral presentation (800wd equivalent)(15%)
Students must have obtained a Credit average in at least 24 cp at 2000 or 3000 level in European Studies, French Studies, Germanic Studies, Italian Studies, Modern Greek Studies, Spanish and Latin American Studies, or Hebrew, Biblical and Jewish Studies or 12 credit points at 2000 level in European Studies