Course ObjectiveIn-depth study of a subject relevant to a student's programme and
Course ContentStudents can choose up to three tutorials (a total of 18 EC) in
accordance with their own interests, as part of their Research Master's
programme. Students may contact a staff member of their choice (as a
rule this should be a member of the core teaching staff of the ReMA) and
establish the content of the tutorial together with this person. They
should be able to explain the relevance of the tutorial for their
Master’s programme as a whole; for instance, a tutorial is relevant as
it prepares for the MA thesis. The proposed tutorial must be submitted
examination board for approval. The tutorial can take place in any
period of the academic year, though periods 3 and 6 are preferred.
Method of AssessmentTo be determined by the tutor (often a paper, sometimes an oral exam).
LiteratureTo be determined by the tutor in consultation with the student.
Target AudienceStudents in the Research Master's programme Classics and Ancient
|Period||Ac. Year (sept)|
|Language of Tuition||English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
|Course Coordinator||prof. dr. R.B. ter Haar Romeny|
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