The Programme structure – University of Copenhagen

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The programme structure

Mornings — Faculty teach a session that is related to their own research interests. They present some of their own work and discuss methodological issues related to researching a specified topic.
Students will have assigned readings (approximately 200 pages) that they prepare in advance.

Afternoon sessions — Small groups of students (5- 6) will be grouped based on similarity or complementarity of topics. This group of students will meet every afternoon with a faculty member to work on methodological issues related to their own projects. In order for participants to get diversified input to their work, faculty members will rotate between groups.

Evenings — There will be an informal welcome and closing dinner with faculty, where students will get a chance to talk more informally with faculty members and other students. Most evenings will involve homework — doing readings for the next morning’s session, and preparing assignments for the afternoon session.

A detailed program will be sent to all accepted students