Study Group 1

Module code
M-JP-STU1
Curricular domain
Community
Credits
2
Group size
Variable
Number of course weeks
Variable
Class duration
Variable
Total contact hours
Variable
Study load
Variable

Form / content / level

Prerequisites
Admitted to the propaedeutic year.
Competencies
See Competency Matrix.
Aims
Students:

develop insight into their individual assets in order to make better decisions in their musical studies and future career;

develop a realistic understanding of the activities of a professional musician;

improve their study skills;

learn to understand the health aspects of their study/profession;

and learn to analyze and improve on their functioning in group processes such as rehearsals, presentations, discussions and debates.
Relation to other modules
Descriptions pending.
Content
Several moments during the year, occasionally connected to project weeks, focusing on:

Inventory study problems

Stage presentation

Rehearsal techniques

Core qualities (workshop)

Business Model Canvas (workshop)
Mode(s) of instruction
Group meetings, possibly divided into smaller sub-groups, group discussion, student presentation, group training; workshop, lecture and debate.
Material
Produced on-the-spot.
Student activity
n/a

Examination and assessment

Mode(s) of assessment
Varies for the different projects, depending on their subject and mode of instruction. Students may be assessed by the relevant teachers and/or guest teachers through meetings, and/or a performance assessment.
Criteria
Students are required to make an active contribution to all activities and to deliver products/performances that meets the studygroups standards.
Pass requirements
Assessment in terms of satisfactory/unsatisfactory.
Examination procedure
Varies for the different projects, depending on their subject and mode of instruction.
Resit options
See the Education and Assessment Plan.

Module summary

This module is intended to teach students general knowledge and skills that give them more control over the course their studies and professional take. These are partly related to concrete aspects of studying and working, but also concern essential, beneficial character traits.