During the Master you should gather all your scientific experience in the field of Affective Neuroscience such as papers, posters or teaching, in a portfolio that must be submitted with the dissertation.

Any scientific activities that you might have undertaken in the past years are valuable learning experiences. Accordingly students make a personal portfolio, keeping record of their scientific output with regard to the field of Affective Neuroscience. This includes work that you have done outside the Master; all scientific activities that bear a relation to Affective Neuroscience should be included in your portfolio.

The quality of the portfolio is assessed using a credits system that takes the different levels of difficulty into account. For example, as first author of a paper you will get more credits than for a poster presentation. The exact requirements for the portfolio are available from the Executive Office.

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