# Taught subjects

The taught subjects are organised so that each student obtains the same fundamental knowledge and also more specialised material in a particular topic of his/her preference. The programme will cover fundamental aspects of each discipline as well as the most important developments of recent research; the disciplines involved are linguistics, computer science, mathematics and either two or three languages.

The student has to acquire 60 ECTS for taught modules in two or three universities. Thus, if the student studies at three universities, he/she will have to get 20 ECTS in each of them and if the student goes to two universities he or she will have to get 20 ECTS in one of the universities and 40 ECTS in the other or 30 in each of them for example. All these combinations are possible provided the student gets at least 20 ECTS of taught material in each of the universities he or she will go to and provided he/she obtains a total of 60 ECTS for taught material at the end of the 2 year course, the rest of the time being dedicated to the research project dissertation counting for 60 ECTS.

Examinations and their marking are carried out following the appropriate form (written, continuous assessment, oral) and according to the regulations of each partner university and recognised fully by the other institutions of the consortium.