MSc Social Science of the Internet – Graduate Handbook
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MSc Social Science of the Internet – Graduate Handbook

1 October 2021

Summary

You will need to submit your thesis via the Assignment Submission Inspera site by noon of the weekday on or nearest to the 1st of August of the year in which the degree is to be completed and you will also need to be available to return to Oxford in late August or September in the event of being called back for viva voce. [...] One digital copy of the thesis must be submitted via the Assignment Submission Inspera site by noon of the weekday on or nearest to the 1st of August of the year in which the degree is to be completed. [...] Students must achieve a mark of 50 for each of the components of the course and for each course within the components (core courses, methods courses, option papers, and the thesis) in order to be awarded the degree of MSc. [...] They ensure that the assessment procedures and the regulations governing them are fair and appropriate, that the conduct of the examination and the determination of the awards have been fairly made and that individual student performance has been judged in accordance with the regulations and conventions of the examining board. [...] This includes: - the standards demonstrated by the students; - the extent to which the standards are appropriate to the award; - the design of assignments and internal marking; - access by externals to all of the necessary material for assessment; - students’ performance in relation to their peers in this and comparable courses, and the basis for comparisons; - the policies and procedures relating.

Pages
78
Published in
United Kingdom

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