Stud.IP Uni Oldenburg
Universität Oldenburg
03.03.2021 04:04:00
mir310 - Project-based Internship (Veranstaltungsübersicht)
Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik 15 KP
Modulverantwortung
  • Martin Butler
  • Lydia Potts
Prüfungsberechtigt
  • Gast Dozent
Modulteile Semesterveranstaltungen Wintersemester 2020/2021 Prüfungsleistung
Projektorientiertes Modul
Seminar
Hinweise zum Modul
Teilnahmevoraussetzungen
EMMIR semester 1 and 2 modules successfully finalized
Hinweise
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Prüfungszeiten
submission of assignments four weeks after finalizing the internship
Prüfungsleistung Modul
Participation in all preparatory and accompanying activities
Proof of a minimum of 300 working hours provided by the internship institution
Internship-Log; 25% of the final grade
Individual research report (3,000 words); 75 % of the final grade
Kompetenzziele
Learning Outcomes (LO)
upon completion fo the module students will have
(LO 5) gained experiences in designing and addressing complex and original research ques-tions and be able to independently evaluate research processes and results;
(LO 7) developed an understanding of theories, concepts and policies related to at least one of the programme’s foci (i.e. gender, diversity and intersectionality; development, conflict and justice; representation and knowledge production; education and citizenship) and acknowledg-es their cross-cutting and strategic relevance in the field of migration and intercultural rela-tions;
(LO 8) gained up-to-date expert knowledge in a specific area linking his/her disciplinary with transdisciplinary perspectives and specifying his/her individual profile;
(LO 9) gathered experience in the occupational sphere shaping his/her professional profile and employability;
(LO 10) enhanced proficiency in several languages, applied in research, interaction in the field and academic writing, thus further accentuating his/her bi-/multilingual profile;
(LO 11) practical expertise to present and structure an argument in academic English based on enhanced reading and writing skills in various genres;
(LO 13) the ability to condense and visualise work results in order to present it to various au-diences;
(LO 14) developed competence in self-management including the ability to prioritize, set goals and make decisions in individual and group work processes;
(LO 15) the ability to identify and critique discriminating forms of verbal and non-verbal communication, reflecting power relations and his/her own biases aiming at self-reflective in-teraction;
(LO 16) developed competence to initiate, lead and/or participate in team work in in-ter/transcultural contexts orienting themselves in unfamiliar areas, countries and contexts.