Compulsary for students enrolled in RESMA African Studies
Students work on their research project on a topic that is relevant to the broad spectrum of African Studies in Africa or an Africa-related setting. The fieldwork is based on an extensive period of preparations and research proposal writing.
Building experience in independent empirical research
Executing a phased research plan, including adapting it if conditions ask for this
Constructing quantitative and / or qualitative empirical data sets
Practicing empirical research methods and skills
Practicing intercultural and reflexive skills
Developing preliminary analyses and reflecting on preliminary outcomes while going through the research cycle
The timetables are available through My Timetable.
Mode of instruction
Feedback on the fieldwork by the supervisors. The ultimate assessment is in the assessment of the thesis, which is based on the student’s fieldwork.
Enrollment through uSis for the course and the examination or paper is mandatory.
For questions related to the content of the course, please contact the lecturer, you can find their contact information by clicking on their name in the sidebar.
For questions regarding enrollment please contact the Education Administration Office Reuvensplaats
E-mail address Education Administration Office Reuvensplaats: email@example.com
For questions regarding your studyprogress please contact the Coordinator of Studies
Holding regular contact/report with supervisors is important.
Provide the study coordinator with contact information (telephone numbers, address, etc.) with which you can be reached during your fieldwork period.