Merit assessment and selection to the Advanced Course in Immune, Infection and Tumour Biology

Here you can read more on the merit assessment criteria for the Advanced Course in Immune, Infection and Tumour Biology, approved by the educational committee at the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell biology.

In case there are more eligible applicants than the number of seats, a selection must be made among the applicants. The selection is based on an overall assessment criteria according to the criteria below.

The applicants must not be assessed relative to each other, but the evaluation of an applicant must be made on the basis of the applicant's individual merits. Each applicant is assessed independently of other applicants according to a scale of 1-20.

1. Subject focus on a degree at the undergraduate level (1-4 points)

Very relevant: 4
Relevant: 2
Satisfactory: 1

Qualifications required for eligibility must be certified according to the instructions on antagning.se/universityadmissions.se.

2. Study time in relation to the scope of the studies (0-1 points)

Appropriate length of time: 1
Inappropriate length of time: 0

Qualifications required for eligibility must be certified according to the instructions on antagning.se/universityadmissions.se.

3. Relevant research credentials (0-3 points)

Very relevant: 3
Relevant: 2
None: 0

Attached CV, motivation letter, work related certificates and certificates that prove university qualifications (according to the instructions at antagning.se/universityadmissions.se).

4. Relevant work experience (0-2 points)

Very relevant: 2
Relevant: 1
None: 0

Attached CV, motivation letter, certificates.

5. Motivation Letter (0-6 points)

Clearly written, well-structured and logical: 6
Relevant: 3
Not relevant or missing: 0

Attached motivation letter.

6. Overall assessment of the applicant (0-4 points)

Excellent applicant: 4
Very good applicant: 3
Good applicant: 2
Satisfactory applicant: 1
Not sufficient applicant: 0

 

 

 

 

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