gse2016609 2017 Seminar in International Law and Politics I
[Lecture Course Basic Information]
|Whether mandatory or not:||Compulsory|
|Outline of Lecture Course||
This is the internship program for students. Each student will develop a plan of the overseas internship and/or the domestic internship in cooperation with the supervisor and the program coordinator.
The students may combine the internship program with one's own research visit or with presentation of the research results in a conference.
|Course Objectives||To learn the skill of developing one's own internship program and implementing the plan with good results.|
|Assessment||Student performace is assessed based upon the following elements.
1. Proposal of the Internship
2. Internship reports (report documents)
3. Presentation on the internship
4. Review report from the institution where the student conducts the internship.
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[Subject: Seminar in International Law and Politics I]
|Lecture||Theme||Lecture Course Description||Learning outside the class||Related page|
|1||Internship proposal||A successful internship begins from a good design and proposal of internship.||
Develop your own plan by the end of May. Submit the proposal to your supervisor as well as the coordinator (Prof. Matsuura).
If you wish to attend a conference, the participation proposal must be approved in advance by your supervisor and the coordinator.
|2||Internship records||Keeping a good record what you did before, during and after the internship is essential to make the best use of an occasion of internship.|
|3||Tentative report||Many professional work is done under time pressure.
Preparation of a tentative report is usually necessary.
|4||Final report||Improve your tentative report and come up with your final report.|
|5||Presentation||Presentation is a great occasion for those who had a chance of internship. Please plan to share your achievement and unique experience with others.|
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