Undergraduate Module Descriptor
LAW3000B: Law with International Study: Year Abroad
This module descriptor refers to the 2018/9 academic year.
How this Module is Assessed
In the tables below, you will see reference to 'ILO's. An ILO is an Intended Learning Outcome - see Aims and Learning Outcomes for details of the ILOs for this module.
A formative assessment is designed to give you feedback on your understanding of the module content but it will not count towards your mark for the module.
|Form of assessment||Size of the assessment (eg length / duration)||ILOs assessed||Feedback method|
|Reflected log to be submitted to the Exeter Law Study Abroad Co-ordinator within 28 days of the end of the period of study abroad||500 words to be completed for each module studied at the host institution||All||Written feedback|
|Comparative Law Dissertation plan (see LAW3047) plus a short indicative bibliography.||No more than 1,000 words||All||Written feedback|
A summative assessment counts towards your mark for the module. The table below tells you what percentage of your mark will come from which type of assessment.
|Coursework||Written exams||Practical exams|
...and this table provides further details on the summative assessments for this module.
|Form of assessment||% of credit||Size of the assessment (eg length / duration)||ILOs assessed||Feedback method|
|Varies by institution||100|
Re-assessment takes place when the summative assessment has not been completed by the original deadline, and the student has been allowed to refer or defer it to a later date (this only happens following certain criteria and is always subject to exam board approval). For obvious reasons, re-assessments cannot be the same as the original assessment and so these alternatives are set. In cases where the form of assessment is the same, the content will nevertheless be different.
|Original form of assessment||Form of re-assessment||ILOs re-assessed||Timescale for re-assessment|
|Varies by institution|
Rules and regulations for re-assessment of the year abroad fall under the legislation of the partner institution. Should the student fail his/her year abroad then s/he would normally revert to the three year degree.