The last week of part B of the minor will be dedicated to a Welcome Back session with all students and internship supervisors, where students will present their work and experiences, for which they are graded.
After the course students are able to:
• Evaluate realistically the potential and limitations of their achievement in the field;
• Clearly present the contribution of their own field in solving a specific problem of frugal innovation (scientific or other).
Mode of instruction
In-class group based assignments, presentations.
28 total hours of study
Presentation in class and participation in class
Final grade: 50% presentation + 50 % participation
The final grades for the presentation and participation should be 6,0 or higher. Together they should be a 6,0 or higher to pass the course
A re-sit is not possible.
All students who went for an internship abroad have to be present in the course. The teachers and the minor coordinator have to be notified in advance for the absences. The students who are absent more than one day will not pass the module.
In this course, Blackboard is used to present and exchange information.
You can register for the whole minor and for each individual course in uSis.
If you have questions, please contact the minor coordinators (André Leliveld, Emma Hesselink and Maaike Westra) at firstname.lastname@example.org