AGDK14008U  Academic internship

Volume 2015/2016
Content

An academic internship can be part of the academic activities at the third semester. The academic internship can take up 15, 22,5 or 30 ECTS corresponding to a total workload of 412½, 619 or 825 hours.

An academic internship involves a contractual arrangement between a student, a company/organization at which the internship is to take place and the head of studies at Global Development.
The head of studies must pre-approve the relevance of the internship and it is a prerequisite that the company/organization where the internship is to take place provides a supervisor for the intern.
The student will have an internship supervisor at Global Development. The student should make arrangements with a teacher at Global Development before the beginning of the internship.

The allocation of hours for the internship is as follows:

 

Number of ECTS                                                     

15

22½

30

Total hours                                                               

412½

619

825

 

 

 

 

Teaching, reading, GD meetings                      

50

75

100

Internship work                                                      

287½

437½

605

Project report                                                         

75

97½

120

Learning Outcome

The purpose of the internship is to give the student competences, skills and knowledge relevant for the job market. The internship may also serve as preparation for the thesis (this is however not a prerequisite).

Internship Work + at least 3 meetings with supervisor
Credit
15 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written assignment
The report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent. The report can be written in any major language provided that the student as well as the supervisor both speak this language and have agreed beforehand on using this language for the project report
Exam registration requirements

At the end of the internship the student must submit a project report. This report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent. Tables and figures are not included in the key stroke count, but footnotes/endnotes and the mandatory list of references are included in the count.

Marking scale
passed/not passed
Censorship form
No external censorship
Criteria for exam assesment

See learning outcome

Credit
22,5 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written assignment
The report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent
Exam registration requirements

At the end of the internship the student must submit a project report. This report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent. Tables and figures are not included in the key stroke count, but footnotes/endnotes and the mandatory list of references are included in the count.

Marking scale
passed/not passed
Censorship form
No external censorship
Criteria for exam assesment

See learning outcome

Credit
30 ECTS
Type of assessment
Written assignment
The report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent
Exam registration requirements

At the end of the internship the student must submit a project report. This report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent. Tables and figures are not included in the key stroke count, but footnotes/endnotes and the mandatory list of references are included in the count.

Marking scale
passed/not passed
Censorship form
No external censorship
Criteria for exam assesment

At the end of the internship the student must submit a project report. This report should consist of one page (2400 key strokes) per ECTS of the internship with a margin of variation of at most 10 percent. Tables and figures are not included in the key stroke count, but footnotes/endnotes and the mandatory list of references are included in the count.

  • Category
  • Hours
  • Preparation
  • 100
  • Practical Training
  • 605
  • Project work
  • 120
  • Total
  • 825