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Аssessment

The goal of assessment is to ensure that the programme is completed in due time, it contains the planned components (research, courses, teaching), the doctoral student demonstrate the progress he/she has made.

Biannual assessments



Mid-term departmental assessment

 (May-June)

Objectives: Mid-term departmental assessment is a time to re-check your plans and review your expectations.

Format:The doctoral student must draw up a midterm report (the completed Study plan elements and the completed research activities, the list of publications (if any)).
The midterm report must be signed by the doctoral student and the supervisor.

Mid-term departmental assessment takes the form of a meeting between the doctoral student,  the supervisor, the Department staff, other doctoral students and their supervisors to discuss the midterm report.  The doctoral student must present his/her midterm report and answer the questions.

The possible conclusions are as follows:

-  progress of study satisfactory (doctoral  student follow the Study plan);

-  progress of study not entirely satisfactory (doctoral  student follow the Study plan partly);

- progress of study not satisfactory (doctoral  student does not follow the Study plan).

The midterm report must be finally approved by a head of department and the head of the Doctoral school.

 Аssesstment form_spring 2016

 

 

 

Annual departmental assessment

 (October)

Objectives: Annual departmental assessment is a time to check your progress made during the year, in which you receive feedback on your progress.

Format: The doctoral student must draw up a midterm report (the completed Study plan elements and the completed research activities, the list of publications (if any)) and a Study plan for the next period of study. The annual report must be signed by the doctoral student and the supervisor.

Annual departmental assessment takes the form of a meeting between the doctoral student,  the supervisor, the Department staff, other doctoral students and their supervisors to discuss the annual report.  The doctoral student must present his/her annual report and answer the questions.

The possible conclusions are as follows:

-  progress of study satisfactory (doctoral  student follow the Study plan);

- progress of study not satisfactory (doctoral  student does not follow the Study plan).

The assessment is not to be postponed by the decision of the Department.

The annual report must be then approved by a head of department and the head of the Doctoral school.

The annual report must be finally approved at the meeting of the Assessment Committee. The Committee includes the heads of the Doctoral Schools, a supervising Vice Rector, and a Director of Office of Doctoral Studies. The Department staff may also be invited to the meeting if necessary.

The Assessment Committee makes a final decision on transfer of doctoral student to the next year of study or on his/her dismissal.

 Annual departmental assessment form 2016 

 

 
Assessment criteria Year 1Year 2Year 3
Appointment of the supervisorBefore 01 Feb.--
Approval of the of the dissertation proposalBefore 01 Feb.--
Approval of the Individual study planBefore 01 Feb.--
Qualification exams: History and philosophy of science, Foreign languageBefore 30 June
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Qualification exam: Speciality-Before 31 Oct.-
Professional coursesBefore 31 Oct.Before 31 Oct.-
PracticeBefore 31 Oct.Before 31 Oct.Before 31 Oct.
Dissertation writingBefore 31 Oct.Before 31 Oct.Before 31 Oct.
State final assessment--Before 31 Oct.

 

 Сontact the manager of the Doctoral School if you have any questions.

 

Assessment criteria

 

US style='mso-ansi-language:EN-US'>Annual departmental assessment takes the form of a meeting between the doctoral student,  the supervisor, the Department staff, other doctoral students and their supervisors to discuss the annual report.  The doctoral student must present his/her annual report and answer the questions.

 

The possible conclusions are as follows:

-  progress of study satisfactory (doctoral  student follow the Study plan);

- progress of study not satisfactory (doctoral  student does not follow the Study plan).

The assessment is not to be postponed by the decision of the Department.

The annual report must be then approved by a head of department and the head of the Doctoral school.

The annual report must be finally approved at the meeting of the Assessment Committee. The Committee includes the heads of the Doctoral Schools, a supervising Vice Rector, and a Director of Office of Doctoral Studies. The Department staff may also be invited to the meeting if necessary.

The Assessment Committee makes a final decision on transfer of doctoral student to the next year of study or on his/her dismissal.