Personal Study Plan (PSP)
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All degrees include a personal study plan, PSP, which is drawn up using the study planning tool Sisu. A PSP is a plan on how to proceed in your studies.
The PSP is used to
- define study and future professional goals
- plan your studies in a goal-oriented manner
- recognise and develop your skills.
At the beginning of studies each student will be assigned a teacher or a group of teachers responsible for PSP supervision. They will also assist students in finding answers to problems arising during studies. PSP supervision is a way to interact with teachers and other students. Tutoring can be implemented in groups, peer groups or individually.
Some degree programmes also use Sisu’s tutoring features which allow students to receive direct feedback on their plan and answers to any questions they may have from the supervising teacher through Sisu. Tutoring features will be taken into use in all degree programmes by the end of 2020. In degree programmes where tutoring features are not yet in use, feedback and supervision for study plans are provided according to degree programme practices through other channels.