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Brussels and BSIS. Who does what? Michael Sewell – Applications and outstanding conditions. Yingqing Ben – Finance plans and tuition payments. For loans.

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1 Brussels and BSIS

2 Who does what? Michael Sewell – Applications and outstanding conditions. Yingqing Ben – Finance plans and tuition payments. For loans see Foreign Loans Francesca Maltauro – Registration, module choice, coursework, marks, changes FT/PT Inez Summers – Facilities, Moodle, The Shelf, Appointments with the Dean

3 Getting Settled in Brussels Accommodation – Immoweb, Orange signs Commune Registration Status Letter Banks Mobile phone Medical Insurance STIB Language Schools

4 Boulevard de la Plaine 5 Entry cards. 09h30-18h30 Mon-Fri Kent ID Cards Wi-Fi and Managed Desktops Print, copy, scan Environment - Lights, aircon, cleanliness, kitchen, bins Fire evacuation and first aid Parking Sports facilities

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6 Studying at BSIS Alastair Ross

7 Getting Started Online enrolment, Photo, KentOne Card Claim IT Account Arrange Fee Payment Choose Modules VUB Library Card

8 VUB Login and Library Computing Centre Helpdesk VUB Library Card Fines, Proton

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10 Registration Period of registration Status letters – FR, EN, NL Part-time/Full-time Change Programme Problems – Intermission

11 Finance Payment plans Return form Account details on line Transfer charges Importance of dialogue Fees for part-time students

12 Studying Stage 1 – 6 taught modules – 6 x 10 ECTS Stage 2 – Dissertation – 1 x 30 ECTS MA degree – Standard (90 ECTS) – Extended (120 ECTS) = 9 modules plus dissertation

13 Module Selection Emphasis on choice Module presentation on Friday At end of Week 13 – 1 st week of term Online or on paper Select 6 taught modules – Jan and Sep terms Changes allowed.

14 Modules and Pathways Check pathways, For instance – MA ICSMA ICS Check modules - Student Data SystemStudent Data System

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18 Modules and Pathways Check pathways, For instance – MA ICSMA ICS Check modules - Student Data SystemStudent Data System Taking modules outside pathway, core modules Changing programmes – choosing modules Auditing modules Capped modules

19 Assessment Patterns Vary according to topic For instance – 100% Coursework 10% Class presentation 40% Book Review 50% Main Paper – 50% Coursework, 50% Exam

20 Marking Criteria Distinction (70% or higher): This class of pass is awarded when the essay reflects a breadth of reading coupled with an acute analytical facility and an exemplary skill in presenting an argument in the proper academic form. Essays in the upper range of this class (80% or higher) may make an original academic contribution to the subject under consideration. The argument must have been presented in the proper academic form and display skill and enterprise in the assembly of a bibliography. Merit class (60-69%) This class of pass is awarded when the essay reveals that the student has conveyed a good range of reading and has been able to distil out from it the main arguments of the authors under consideration. The essay further puts forward a sound argument which shows good analytical skills and critical thought. The argument must have been presented in the proper academic form and display competent skill in the putting together of a bibliography. Pass (40-59%) This class of pass requires of students that they display a reasonable understanding of the core literature and an ability to attempt an independent analysis of the material read even if the analysis is less than complete. The essay will be weaker in its presentation of the argument and analytical content. The essay must be presented in proper academic form and demonstrate a working ability to assemble a bibliography

21 Failing Coursework – 3 submissions – Module mark capped at 40. Dissertation – 2 submissions

22 Readers and Syllabi Online Search through Library Intranet Moodle – https://moodle.kent.ac.uk/moodle/my/ https://moodle.kent.ac.uk/moodle/my/ Printing – CrazyCopy – Print Shops

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26 Moodle SDS

27 Submission of Work 1 electronic copy via Moodle Some modules require paper copies Late submission policy Marks on Student Data System – coursework only. Not exams or dissertation. Feedback

28 Marking Procedures Markers – Internal 1 – Internal 2 – External Double Marking Blind Double Marking Moderation

29 Boards of Examiners Progression Board – June 2014 Final Board – Oct 2014 Graduation – Nov 2014

30 Appeals and Concessions Appeals – 21 days – academic judgement Concessions – 5 days – Events outside of your control

31 Intranet News Feed – Kent – Forward to normal ? Thematic lists – Jobs – Social – Sports – Conference – Guest Lecture

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34 Finding Books and Articles Alastair Ross

35 Logins, Cards and Readings Getting Started KentOne Card, Claim IT Account, Choose Modules Student Data System and Moodle https://moodle.kent.ac.uk/moodle/my/ VUB Login and Library Card

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39 Logins, Cards and Readings Getting Started KentOne Card, Claim IT Account, Choose Modules Student Data System and Moodle https://moodle.kent.ac.uk/moodle/my/ VUB Login and Library Card

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43 VUB Login and Library Computing Centre Helpdesk VUB Library Card Fines, Proton

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45 Support Library – Brussels page Librarians – Ben Watson – Kent Law School – Anna Miller – School of Politics and IR

46 Books Belgian Libraries - Unicat The Shelf VUB - Inter-Library Loan

47 VUB ULB Royal Library Foreign Ministry Nato Library European Commission x_en.htm Interlibrary Loan UniCat 12M records BSIS National Bank of Belgium Ministry of Defence Documentation Centre on Feminism, Equal Opportunities and Women’s Studies

48 UniCat KBR - Royal Library Belgium (Brussels) Universities FUNDP - Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (Namur) FUSL - Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis (Brussels) KU Leuven - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven UCL - Université Catholique de Louvain ULg - Université de Liège ULB - Université libre de Bruxelles UA - Universiteit Antwerpen UGent - Universiteit Gent UHasselt - Universiteit Hasselt VUB - Vrije Universiteit Brussel Schools Higher Education Artesis Hogeschool Antwerpen EHB - Erasmushogeschool Brussel Groep T Internationale Hogeschool Leuven HOGent - Hogeschool Gent Hogeschool Sint-Lukas Brussel HUB - Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel KAHO - Katholieke Hogeschool Sint-Lieven (Gent) KATHO - Katholieke Hogeschool Zuid-West- Vlaanderen KdG - Karel de Grote-Hogeschool (Antwerp) KHBO - Katholieke Hogeschool Brugge-Oostende KHK - Katholieke Hogeschool Kempen KHLeuven - Katholieke Hogeschool Leuven KHLim - Katholieke Hogeschool Limburg Lessius Hogeschool (Mechelen and Antwerp) LUKAS Sint-Lukas (Brussels) Plantijn Hogeschool (Antwerp) WENK - Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst (Brussels) XIOS Hogeschool Limburg (Hasselt)

49 UniCat Heritage libraries Erfgoedbibliotheek Hendrik Conscience (Antwerp) Letterenhuis (Antwerp) Felix Archief (Antwerp) KADOC (Leuven) Liberaal Archief (Gent) AMSAB Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (Gent- CaGeWeb) BGc Conservatorium Gent (Gent-CaGeWeb) Dienst Monumentenzorg en Architectuur (Gent- CaGeWeb) Documentatiecentrum voor Streekgeschiedenis Dr. Maurits Gysseling (Gent-CaGeWeb) Gidsenbond van Gent en Oost-Vlaanderen (Gent- CaGeWeb) Stadsarchief Gent (Gent-CaGeWeb) Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde (Gent-CaGeWeb) Koninklijke Bond der Oost-Vlaamse Volkskundigen (Gent-CaGeWeb) OCMW-archief Gent (Gent-CaGeWeb) Museum libraries MPM - Museum Plantin Moretus (Antwerp) KBIN - Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen (Brussels) KMSKA - Koninklijk Museum Schone Kunsten te Antwerpen KMKG - Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis (Brussels) KMMA - Koninklijk Museum voor Midden Afrika (Tervuren) DmG - Design museum Gent (Gent-CaGeWeb) MIAT - Museum voor Industriële Archeologie en Textiel (Gent-CaGeWeb) Museum Arnold vander Haeghen - Bibliotheek Maurice Maeterlinck (Gent-CaGeWeb) MSK - Museum voor Schone Kunsten Gent (Gent- CaGeWeb) STAM - Stadsmuseum Gent (Gent-CaGeWeb) ALIJN - Huis van Alijn (Gent-CaGeWeb)

50 UniCat Religious libraries BSML Scheut Memorial Library GBSB Groot Seminarie Gent GBSJ Jezuïeten Heverlee GGSB Groot Seminarie Brugge GMML Montfort Marian Library GOCB Karmelieten Brugge GOSA Augustijns Historisch Instituut GPAR Abdij van Park GROL Groot Seminarie Rolduc GSDB Don Bosco Bibliotheek GSMM Montfort Bibliotheek TPC Theologisch en Pastoraal Centrum Antwerpen GOP Bibliotheca dominicana (Gent- CaGeWeb) GPOCD Klooster Paters Ongeschoeide Karmelieten (Gent-CaGeWeb) Government libraries Belgian Parliament FOD Financiën SERV - Sociaal-Economische Raad van Vlaanderen Vesalius Documentatie en Informatie Centrum Flemish Parliament Other libraries Academia Belgica - Rome ACV - Algemeen Christelijk Vakverbond BB - Belgische Boerenbond FARO - Vlaams Steunpunt voor Cultureel Erfgoed LVOK - Bibliotheek Vlaams Omroeporkest- Kamerkoor IMEC NBB - National Bank of Belgium Orde van Advocaten Antwerp Stichting Lezen - Focuspunt Jeugdliteratuur

51 VUB ULB Royal Library Foreign Ministry Nato Library European Commission x_en.htm Interlibrary Loan UniCat 12M records BSIS National Bank of Belgium Ministry of Defence Documentation Centre on Feminism, Equal Opportunities and Women’s Studies

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57 Book Search Kenneth Waltz, Theory of International Politics Rupert Smith, Utility of Force

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63 Journal Search Templeman Library – Canterbury – VUB Library - Article Database – ULB Periodicals Library, Building AX

64 Journal Search Arne Tostensen and Beate Bull, Are Smart Sanctions Feasible? World Politics: 2002, Vol 54, num 3, pp 373 J. David Singer, World Politics, Vol. 14, No. 1, The International System: Theoretical Essays (Oct.,1961), pp

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68 Subject guides Law – Lawlinks Politics and International Relations Social Policy, Sociology & Social Research (SSPSSR) – – Academic Library – Paradise Lost – Oxford Handbooks – Realism – Dawsonera – Public International Law

69 IBSS The International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS) is an essential online resource for social science and interdisciplinary research. IBSS includes over two million bibliographic references to journal articles and to books, reviews and selected chapters dating back to – Resources Databases

70 Tutorials Helpful further guidance – x.html x.html – Brussels dex.html dex.html – Athens ex.html ex.html

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