Study and Career BMED Year 2

2019-2020

Course Objective

1. Students will develop various study skills and acquire an academic
attitude. Thereby, students will reflect on their development and keep
track of their academic progress.
2. Students will evaluate future study and career options and work on
the development of skills that will aid their future goals.
3. Provide information about practical study-related issues and
regulations.

Course Content

The goal is to develop and discuss the student’s academic skills, study
perspectives and career perspectives.
Students are encouraged to think of their ideal study path, thinking
about electives, minors and possible masters.
Lecturers/tutors and academic advisors will supervise the students and
provide information.
In this second year the students are more independently developing their
academic skills within the regular courses, but they are still able to
contact their tutors and advisors, for example with questions about
study choices.
Students are invited to the internship symposium where all third-year
students present the results of their internships. We also provide
information and requirements for minors and masters that can be followed
during and after this study.

Teaching Methods

Lectures
Work groups
Individual portfolio discussions

Method of Assessment

Lectures and work groups and active participation are compulsory, as are
the portfolio discussions. This will be registered as a pass or fail.

Target Audience

Compulsory course for second-year students BSc Biomedical sciences

General Information

Course Code AB_1232
Credits 0 EC
Period Ac. Year (sept)
Course Level 200
Language of Tuition English
Faculty Faculty of Science
Course Coordinator dr. R.J. van Belle-van den Berg
Examiner dr. R.J. van Belle-van den Berg
Teaching Staff dr. T.C. Messemaker
C.H.C. Zeelenberg
R.K. Blankevoort MSc
S.M. te Welscher MSc
dr. R.J. van Belle-van den Berg

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Study Group, Computer lab, Lecture, Other, Meeting