German Dissertation - GE506

Location Term Level Credits (ECTS) Current Convenor 2019-20
Canterbury Autumn and Spring
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6 30 (15) DR I Cooper







Each dissertation will require a different programme of study. Typically, the year will be divided into three periods: (1) gathering information, (2) writing-up individual chapters and discussing these with a supervisor, and (3) putting the dissertation into its final form and observing the conventions necessary for this type of work.


This module appears in:

Contact hours

Total Contact Hours: 6
Private Study Hours: 294
Total Study Hours: 300

Method of assessment

• Dissertation (10,000 words) – 100%

Indicative reading

Indicative Reading List

This will vary according to the topic chosen.

See the library reading list for this module (Canterbury)

Learning outcomes

On successfully completing the module students will be able to:
- Undertake further research on an area with which they are familiar relating to a German author, cultural theme or works;
- Comprehensively analyse an author, cultural theme or works, related to any Stage 3 non-language module in German;
- Engage in independent research in the library.

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