It allows students to evaluate their progress in their research and enables the supervisor to make comments and offer advice.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
- Define a relevant research project in the framework of the masters dissertation.
- Master the principal methods of collecting and treating data.
- Correctly utilize epistemological, methodological and editorial propositions in the framework of the masters dissertation.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The seminar is directed by the dissertation supervisor.
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.The 2 credits of the dissertation seminar will be evaluated with a grade at the end of the first year of the masters ("Bloc Annuel 1") when the student complies with the following two requirements:
-By November 12 of the first year of the master, the student has handed in at the MULT scretariat the form which includes the subject of the intended disserttion. This form must be signed by the supervisor who approves the topic selected. The student will have handed in prior to this date (November 3) a form which indicates two possible dissertation topics (one in each of the major languages in the student's programme). The panel of supervsors will share the topics in an equitable manner.
-Students must submit to their supervisor, before May 27 of the first year of the masters, a detailed plan and bibliography.
Students who do not comply with these requirements will receive a fail mark.