- Information about the tests «Case studies» and «Oral exam»:
The work carried out by the students must be included in a report. All the students in each group will prepare and participate in an oral presentation of the work (in English) before a jury.
After the oral presentation of each group, the members of the jury will ask questions to the students of that group. Next, students in the audience (who are themselves enrolled in the subject) will have the opportunity to ask questions to the group.
At the end of the session, each student must have asked at least one question to students from other group. The pertinence of the questions and the answers will be assessed by the jury.
an eventual resit
(June/July) the student will take an examination of the part not passed in the
1st exam call (January or May/June). It is compulsory to get a pass in the oral presentation to pass the subject.
- Ethical commitment: Students are
expected to behave in a suitable ethical manner. If a non-ethical behaviour
is detected (e.g., copy, plagiarism, use of unauthorized electronic devices,
and others), it will be considered that the student does not fulfill the
necessary requirements to pass the course. In that case, the global grade in the present academic year will be a "fail" (0.0).
use of any electronic devices during the evaluation session is forbidden unless
explicit permission is given by the lecturer. The mere fact of introducing an unauthorised device in the classroom is reason enough to fail the subject. In that case, the global grade in the present academic year will be "fail" (0.0).