Fellows will not be awarded a UNU certificate unless a final report is
In the report the fellows must demonstrate their ability to:
Most of the final projects are published on this web site and can be reviewed in the section on fellows (an Acrobad reader is required)
The topics may range from experimental to theoretical, from practical to speculative and may incorporate from laboratory work to fieldwork.
The report should reflect the work done by the fellow during the course.
The writings, ideas and the work should be the fellow's, from start to
finish. If the report includes work or ideas by others it must be properly
The final report is to be written with guidance of the fellow's supervisor.
The report has to be divided into chapters/sections, but since the topics
and the main objectives of the projects are so diverse it is not possible
to lay out a detailed description of the sections. Although sections may
vary the final report should include:
Fellows must present their views on the issues covered and shed new light
on the topics.
Fellows will give an oral presentation on their final project (report),
and the presentation will be open to the public.
The length of the report's main text (including tables and figures) should
be in the range of 20-40 pages.