|Period||15th September - 9th December 2015|
The evaluation is done in two ways: Participants have to write a portfolio, consisting of assignments on all modules of the programme. In this portfolio, they have to demonstrate how they will apply the acquired knowledge in their own job/country. Furthermore, participants are to make and give a presentation about the portfolio in front of a jury. This is followed by a Q&A session. The results of both the submitted portfolio as well as the oral presentation will be taken into consideration to evaluate the participants. The aim of the task is for participants to apply the theory, techniques and research methods of the programme to situations in their own country. In case of successful completion of the programme, participants will receive a certificate.
|Maximum number of participants||For organisational purposes, the maximum number of participants is set at 20. There are 13 scholarships to be allocated.|
|Course Venue||The course will take place at Hasselt University, campus Diepenbeek, Agoralaan building D, 3590 Diepenbeek, Belgium. More info: http://www.uhasselt.be/contact_and_map|
|Accommodation||Participants with a scholarship will be staying in university student rooms located in the Nierstraat, Diepenbeek, within walking distance of the university. |
Participants without a scholarship have to arrange and pay for their own accommodation.
|How to get there||
Hasselt University will book flights for those who are granted a scholarship.
The easiest way to reach Hasselt University is to land at Brussels International Airport (Zaventem, airline code "BRU") and subsequently take the train (operator: NMBS) to Hasselt railway station. Click here to look for the train timetable (departure: Brussels national airport, destination: Hasselt station).