Your Study Plan includes all the learning activities you will undertake during your time at the University, such as modules, lab activities and practicals, seminars, project work, internships, as well as educational off-site visits, conferences and the final examination, or graduation.
The course has a total duration of years: 1 and will be held in the period from October 1, 2021 to October 31, 2022.
When and where
Classes will start in October 2021.
Headquarters: University of Verona, Department of Neuroscience, Biomedicine and Movement, Motor Sciences Headquarters, Via Casorati 43, Verona and Microgate Bolzano.
The Master will take place on weekends, once a month (generally the third weekend of the month).
The typical weekend program includes Friday afternoon (14 / 18.30), the whole day of Saturday (8.30 / 13 and 14 / 18.30) and Sunday morning (8.30 / 13).
Face-to-face teaching + distance delivery and registration limited to theoretical lessons, excluding practical laboratories.
Each member must demonstrate the performance of n. 375 hours of internship by the end of the course, in one or more locations, for a minimum of 75 hours for each location. These experiences must be carried out exclusively at public bodies and private structures accredited to the Master. It will be possible to carry out these activities in new institutions, upon request for accreditation which will be evaluated and approved by the Scientific Committee of the Master. It is possible to request the recognition of internship hours for previous activities, if consistent with the scope of the Master, if of high quality and if carried out outside the curricular activities for the acquisition of the qualification for access to the Master course.
Project work, interim tests, and graduation
Students enrolled in the Master, under the supervision of one of the teachers, will have to prepare a project called "Project Work", which can be classified into the following types:
• research project;
• scientific article.
The project work must be organized according to the following scheme: introduction (identification of the context and purpose of the project), methods (study population, scheme of the intervention, variables considered, methods and tools used, data analysis and statistics), results (obtained or expected), bibliography (list of sources used to draft the project / article).
The Project work must be presented orally in the last month of attendance of the Master and will be evaluated by a specific commission, with a maximum score of 50 points deriving from the sum of the evaluations of the following items: originality (max 10 points), rational (max 10 points), technical quality (max 10 points), feasibility (max 10 points), effectiveness of the presentation (max 10 points).
A minimum score of 30 points is required to pass the test. In case of failure, the test can be repeated for a maximum of two times.