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Developing new assessment, measurement and evaluation tools requires completing the full research and development cycle of an instrument

  1. creative design, piloting, cognitive labs
  2. sampling and data collection
  3. data analysis, reporting and communication of results
  4. maintenance of the instrument, monitoring of short- and long-term consequences of its use, and redesign.

The programme intends to train you in all these aspects with attention to historical traditions, but also including new cutting edge technology such as computerized adaptive testing.

Required specialization – valid for the autumn 2020 intake and onwards:

A specialization on Bachelor’s level equivalent to 80 ECTS credits (approximately 1 1/2 year of study) within either

  • Social sciences
  • Natural sciences
  • Relevant disciplines within humanities such as corpus linguistics or second language acquisition. Arts and literature are not relevant and do not qualify for admission.

A degree in business studies does not qualify. This includes degrees in marketing and public relations.

Candidates who have taken university courses in quantitative research methods and/or statistics can be given additional points in the admission process. The courses have to be secondary courses at bachelor’s degree level or higher, and must be documented in the candidate’s transcript of records. At least one of the courses has to amount to 4 ECTS or more in order to qualify for additional points.

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