- Purpose and learning objectives
The internship is organised so as to contribute to the student’s developing practical competencies in combination with the programme’s other elements. The purpose of the internship is to enable the student to apply the methods, theories and tools acquired during the course of their study to carry out specific practical assignments within Web development.Knowledge
The student will gain knowledge about:Skills
• theories and methods and their use in practice.
The student will get the skills to:Competences
• apply one of more of the methods and tools of the subject area as well as skills associated with employment within the subject area(s) or the profession
• assess the theoretical and practical issues and argue in favour of and select appropriate solutions
• communicate professional issues and solution models to peers and laymen or co-operation partners and users.
The student will learn to:
• handle complex, development-orientated professional situations in relation to the profession
• identify their own learning requirements and structure their own learning in various learning environments
• independently participate in disciplinary and interdisciplinary cooperation with a professional approach.
- Type of instruction
You will receive guidance in connection with the internship
The learning outcomes of the exam are identical with the learning outcomes of the subject(s)/modul(es)Exam in one or more subjectsSubject/module is tested standaloneType of examCombined written and oral examinationFormal requirementsOne internship report must be submitted.
The internship report must, as a minimum, contain
• Cover page with name, date of birth, internship company, institution, internship period and class name and date
• Table of contents
• Problem formulation/statement
• Main chapters
• Bibliography (including all sources referenced in the project)
• Appendices (only appendices essential to the report)
• All pages must be paginated
• Company reference and logbook
The internship report can make up no more than eight standard pages.
A standard page contains 2,400 characters including spaces and footnotes. Cover page, table of contents, bibliography, log and appendices are not included in the number of pages submitted. Appendices are not subject to assessment.
Each individual figure or diagram counts 800 characters.Individual exam or group examIndividualExam languagesEnglishType of evaluation7-point grading scaleExaminersInternal censureExam criteriaThe assessment criterion for the examination is the learning objectives for the compulsory course of study element.
The learning objectives are stated in the joint curriculum.Deadline for submissionThe examination takes place at the end of the internship. Further details about time and location and about submission of the project are available on the student intranet, Fronter.
During your internship you or your group will receive 4 hours of guidance from your counselor.
The rest of the time equivalent to 407 hours are used on internship work. The activities in relation to internship work during the internship depend on the kind of internship you choose, but overall it is your own responsibility to structure the amount of time you spend on writing your report, working at the company, preparing for the exam, etc.
The internship primarily includes of the following activities: completing the tasks that were agreed upon, writing a report based the internship, interacting with a contact person in the company.
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*KEA can deviate from the number of hours if this is justified by special circumstances