During 3rd Year, when permitted, at least 15 weeks must be spent in a Scandinavian-speaking country and prescribed work completed in Scottish Ethnology and the relevant language in an approved establishment. During sessions when this is not permitted students will be offered an alternative means of engagement.
One unit of assessment is allocated to every 20 credits and constitutes one 20-credit paper. The following are the twelve 20-credit papers on which the classification of the degree is based. Papers that for the purposes of degree classification acquire a weighting of 40 credits are, therefore, listed twice.
1. Scandinavian Language Paper 1 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP1 course)
2. Scandinavian Language Paper 2 (10 credits from Language acquisition and 10 from Y4 LP2 course)
3. Oral for Scandinavian (taught and assessed in Y4)
4. Scandinavian Online Language Course for Year Abroad Students
5. MEL Dissertation Preparation (see 6) or Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
6. MEL Dissertation Completion or Dissertation in Scottish Ethnology (if MEL Dissertation, Papers 5 & 6 are a combined grade 10% from preparation and 90% from final dissertation preparation. Credits cannot be awarded for Dissertation preparation unless the full 2 year course is completed)
7. Dissertation in Scottish Ethnology or Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
8. Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
9. Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
10. Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
11. Honours option course in Scottish Ethnology
12. Honours option course in Scandinavian Studies