In the first session the kick-off meeting takes place, in which the lecturers present recent, relevant research areas. These can be used as starting point for the seminar papers.
In the second session, the topics are distributed to the interested students. After this, individual coordination meetings with the respective lecturer are recommended to define specific research approaches.
In the third session the research proposal is presented, including the structure and method of the research. The deadline for submission is announced in the first session.
Additional coordination meetings are advisable.
About 10 days before the fourth session (date announced in first session), the seminar paper is submitted. Then the paper is assessed both by the lecturers and peers. The papers are assigned so that each student has to review one paper according to the provided peer review template. This student is also required to give appropriate feedback to the reviewed paper in the fourth session's presentation.
In the fourth session students present their research results, corresponding to the final seminar paper.
All submissions are required in time without exceptions.
The seminar paper can be extended to a bachelor thesis within the semester following the seminar if the seminar is graded with grade 2 or better.