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DUTCG902 - Project in Dutch
Value: 30 credits
Tutor: Christine Sas
Teaching structure: The module consists of three elements: (i) research, (ii) project management and (iii) a report.
Assessment: two coursework essays (100%).
Students work on shared projects to which they make individual contributions. The projects cover specific aspects of the modern Low Countries. They involve collaborative research and coordination of activities as part of project management. The project report is a substantial composition in Dutch offering an in-depth exploration of a particular topic.
At the end of the module you will have acquired basic research
techniques; project management skills; self-management and time
management skills; sustained writing skills; presentation skills; and