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6.02.251 Practical: Internship - Details
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General information

Subtitle
Course number 6.02.251
Semester Sommersemester 2020
Current number of participants 49
Home institute Department of Psychology
Courses type Practical in category Teaching
First date Mon , 20.04.2020 12:00 - 14:00
Type/Form
Lehrsprache deutsch und englisch

Course location / Course dates

n.a Mon , 20.04.2020 12:00 - 14:00
Mon , 11.05.2020 12:00 - 14:00
Mon , 15.06.2020 12:00 - 14:00
Mon , 13.07.2020 12:00 - 14:00

Module assignments

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Comment/Description

After registering for the course on Stud.IP, go to tab Participants. There you will find four Groups for the current semester. Choose one Group for your presentation. Please note that as a general rule, you can only present your internship once it is finished!

Internship presentations:
Prepare three slides for EACH internship (Yes. If you did two internships, you prepare six slides. You can present them in a single session or in two sessions.)
The slides' content:
1) Application process for the internship, introduce the institution and group/ward/department.
2) Your tasks.
3) Conclusion, personal opinion, recommendation.
Store your slides in the Stud.IP document folder of your chosen session BEFORE the session. This is a MUST! The document folders can be found under the tab Files.

Internship form:
In addition, fill in an internship form for EACH internship you did. The filled-in form is your internship report. You can find the form in the Files tab of the course or on the Master's degree homepage (tab Documents). Hand in a SIGNED SINGLE-PAGE PRINT of the form when you are presenting your internship, together with a PRINT of your internship CERTIFICATE.

Admission settings: max. 8 presentations/date

Admission settings

The course is part of admission "psy251 Internship".
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  • The following conditions must be met for enrolment:
    Subject is Neurocognitive Psychology