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Бакалаврская программа «Программа двух дипломов НИУ ВШЭ и Лондонского университета по международным отношениям»

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Expectations

Along with the Code of Conduct, the administration and professors of the programme has the following expectations from the students regarding various aspects of the learning process.

 

1.      Taking Core Curriculum Classes

Students are expected:

·              To thoroughly examine the syllabus of each course during the first week of classes

·              To take responsibility for their own learning materials including textbooks, online resources, and others required by the syllabus.

·              To get familiar with the assessment strategies of the instructor at the initial stage of the class.

·              To keep track of all the course deadlines and to meet those deadlines without delays.

·              To make inquiries regarding make-up assignments in case of absences.

·              To be ready to work in teams and share responsibility for collaborative tasks.

·              To contribute to the environment conducive of learning through questions both at lectures and seminars.

·              To request feedback from the instructor on assignments that shows room for improvement.

·              To engage in peer-review both at instructor’s request and through personal initiative.

·              To accept constructive criticism from both instructors and peers with positive attitude.

·              To perceive failures as room for improvement and request additional tasks for extra credit.

·              To express interest in advanced studies through discussing research questions with instructors and requesting materials for additional study.

·              To be ready to assist instructors in designing the studying space (e.g. preparing rooms for roundtables and team-works).

·              To make an active contribution to the discussions through valid arguments.

·              To build argumentation based on claims backed with evidence with references and augmented with inferences.

·              To research the course materials and  thoroughly examine the study guide of the London courses.

2.      Exam taking

Students are expected:

·              To be aware of exam questions at the initial stage of each course.

·              To make inquires to the instructors regarding exam topics in advance (not on the verge of the exam).

·              To come at least 15 minutes prior to the exam to allow time for organization procedures.

·              To address all the relevant questions to the proctors at the very beginning of the exam and not to disturb others during the exam with irrelevant questions, remarks or any other kind of disturbing behavior.

·              To prevent being involved in any type of cheating.

·              To submit the work at the first request of the proctor.

3.      Communicating with professors and administrative staff

Students are expected:

·              To keep in contact with the professor and/or their teaching assistants in regards to any issues related to the course.

·              To use the corporate email of the professor rather than their social media accounts unless specified by the instructor.

·              To keep track of the timetable and its last-minute changes as well as announcements from the programme administration.

·              To approach professors in person preferably during their office-hours.

·              To address professors by their names both in oral and written communication and indicate your name in all emails, even written from the group email.

·              To address all questions on behalf of the whole group through the group monitor.

·              To include details about your group number and specific task in the topic of the email and to never send blank emails with attachments.

4.      Taking part in extra-curricular activities

Students are expected:

·              To explore the opportunities provided by the university in regards to extra-curricular infrastructure.

·              To search for projects within the university open to students.

·              To keep track of calls for participation in various events, such as conferences and workshops.

·              To participate in student governance through voting on various issues, taking polls and electing student government representatives.

·              To put forward project initiatives to the programme administrators and be ready to co-organize events

·              To engage in volunteering at events like “Welcome Day”.

·              To approach professors with the aspirations to become teacher’s assistants for project credits.

 



The Expectations were coined by the Bachelor Programme "HSE and University of London Parallel Degree Programme in International Relations" faculty.