A full curriculum with a graduate profile, timing and structure of studies and detailed course descriptions is available here.
Guidebooks: Practicalities and formalities
As an EdGlo student you need to register annually to the university. In addition you need to register to each course you attend in the beginning of semester. The registration is done via Weboodi. Regulations for lecture attendance, credits, grades, exams, deadlines etc. in the Faculty of Education are also noteworthy. Please, see the Practicalities booklet, and Guide for New International Students.
Study Guidance and Counselling
Guidance and counselling are available throughout the two-year studies in the EdGlo programme. Please, see the Guidance and counselling process. There are various counsellors, advisors and offices which you can contact on campus when you need help in academic or practical matters. Please, use the Guidance map (2015) to see who could help you best.
In the beginning of the studies each EdGlo student produces a Personal Study Plan (PSP) that will be reviewed during the course of studies. PSP is a written plan which consists of two parts and includes information on structure and timing of studies, student's study and career goals, and implementation and realisation of different elements of the study programme. Please, read the PSP instructions. Part I: Structure and Timing of Studies needs to be completed in ePSP system in Weboodi. Part II: Objectives and Self-Assessment (word document) can be downloaded here.
C-Q-C (coffee, questions and conversation) events are organised once a month. They are informal get-togethers over a cup of coffee. It is an opportunity to come and discuss any current issues regarding EdGlo courses, internship or graduation etc. C-Q-C's are an optional activity and EdGlo students are free to come and go as they wish. If students don't have any questions in mind, they are still welcome to come and grab a cup of coffee and socialise. More information via e-mail.
Guidebook: Toolkit for Academic Essays and Master’s Theses
The EdGlo Toolkit provides introduction and guidance in writing essays and Master’s theses at the Faculty of Education. The Toolkit also aims at helping the students in the details related to the graduation process (what to do to - step by step). In addition, it gives a brief overview of good scientific practice and the prevention of plagiarism. Please, see the EdGlo Toolkit (updated 29.9.2015).
Master’s Theses and Graduation
One third of the EdGlo programme (35 ECTS credits) involves acquiring research tools, conducting research and writing a Master’s thesis in a collaborative and multicultural research environment. Here you can see the list of the completed Master's Theses (updated 8.6.2016). For more information on theses and graduation processes (templates, forms and deadlines etc.), please refer to Theses and Graduation.
The EdGlo students are required to carry out an internship period of at least 1½ months (or complete minimum of 80 hours of project work). The internship offers the possibility to develop professional competencies in a variety of different settings such as intergovernmental agencies, non-governmental organisations and educational institutions. Please, read more about the internship process. You can also take a look at the previous EdGlo internships (updated 27.10.2014).
Last updated: 8.6.2016