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Undergraduate: Level 5
Monday 13 January 2020
Friday 20 March 2020
04 October 2018
Requisites for this module
BA L250 International Relations (Including Foundation Year),
BA L258 International Relations,
BA L259 International Relations (Including Year Abroad),
BA L260 International Relations (Including Placement Year),
BA L150 Political Economics,
BA L151 Political Economics (Including Year Abroad),
BA L152 Political Economics (Including Placement Year),
BA 0A56 Political Theory and Public Policy (Including Year Abroad),
BA 7L29 Political Theory and Public Policy,
BA 7L30 Political Theory and Public Policy (Including Placement Year),
BA L200 Politics,
BA L200PT Politics,
BA L201 Politics (Including Year Abroad),
BA L202 Politics (Including Foundation Year),
BA L203 Politics (Including Placement Year)
This module is available only to students in the Department of Government undertaking a six-month placement in the Spring and Summer terms of the second year. Students will undertake their placement at a host organisation. The student is responsible for securing the placement, with support from the University.
The module enables students to undertake a six-month placement (minimum of 15 weeks in unpaid and 20 weeks if paid) with an external Placement Provider. During the placement, the student will complete a number of assessments which enable the student to utilise and develop the links between the knowledge and skills developed in their academic course and the work-based skills developed in carrying out their placement role.
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The syllabus will be determined on an individual basis for each student on the basis of the placement they are undertaking. The Department and Placement Provider will agree the focus of the placement via the Tripartite Work Placement Agreement, and this will ensure that the student is able to meet the module learning outcomes set out in the previous section of this form
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The learning and teaching methods will be dependent on the placement and will be recorded for an individual student on the training agreement signed by the Placement Provider, the student, and the University.
Each student will be assigned to an Academic Supervisor in their Department, and a Placement Supervisor named by the Placement Provider.
Students will liaise with their Academic Supervisor and their Placement Supervisor on a regular basis throughout the period of their placement, and as necessary after the placement has ended in order to allow the student to complete the assessed work for the module.
The Academic Supervisor will be appointed prior to the student undertaking their placement, and will contact the student at defined points throughout the placement. The Academic Supervisor will be available via email and phone as necessary during the period the student is on placement.
Students will additionally be provided with the contact details of administrative staff in the Department who will be contactable throughout the placement; and with the details of the
Social Sciences Faculty Placements Team who will be available to students throughout their placement to provide advice and support in relation to generic work-based learning issues.
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Module supervisor and teaching staff
Professor Han Dorussen email@example.com
Module Administrator Sallyann West firstname.lastname@example.org
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