Master Research and Thesis
Full course description
The placement period is the ultimate chance for a student to apply the knowledge he/she has gained in the previous year, to develop their competencies as a researcher and to be able to make a start on their scientific CV.
Knowledge and understanding - Knowledge of the field of their topic in research Applying knowledge and understanding - Applying the knowledge of the theory practised in the first year - Ability to use prevailing advanced research methods and techniques within the context of their orientation - Ability to work with colleagues in a research team. Making judgments - Awareness of one’s limitations and ability to involve others when needed (in a timely fashion) when research or related activities requires additional insights, expertise or guidance. - Awareness of the ethical aspects of research with human and animal participants, as well as being able to implement good clinical practice guidelines - Awareness of the consequences of one’s own professional behaviour - Ability and preparedness to chance one’s view / behaviour if required. Communication - Ability to report and present findings in English to the scientific community, both written and verbal. Learning skills - Ability to plan, develop and work out research projects.