Checking date: 04/06/2021


Course: 2021/2022

Professional Internships
(13440)
Study: Bachelor in Telematics Engineering (215)


Coordinating teacher: GARCIA RUBIO, CARLOS

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Telematic Engineering

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

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Requirements (Subjects that are assumed to be known)
It is required to have passed 110 ECTS.
Objectives
The goal of this course is to allow the student to complete its formation with a period of external internship in a company. External internships reinforce students┬┐ formation and provide them a complementary laboral formation with singular value for their professional career. COMPETENCES - To know corporative work methods as well as the major tools used to support the work of an electrical engineer in a company. - Ability to apply the knowledge acquired during undergraduate studies for solving engineering problems in companies. - To provide solutions to a problem that are reasonable within the scope of the company, respectful with the current normative and responsible from the legal and environmental point of view. - Capacity to make cooperative work, taking the roles required by the project leader and being a responsible member of a work team, but at the same time having initiative. - To effectively communicate the knowledge related to ICT in the company. - To acquire organization and planning skills. - Training in decision-making and work under pressure. LEARNING OUTCOMES - To apply the knowledge and competences acquired during the program to the real-world context of companies. - To learn professional and corporative work methods. - To know and to integrate in a professional work team, making tasks efficiently, coordinated, and adjusted to the required needs. - To effectively communicate using a professional terminology. - To learn about the job market situation in the specialization field and in the local environment.
Skills and learning outcomes
Description of contents: programme
As content is understood all those activities carried out by students in companies, entities and organizations, which aim to provide a practical complement (or academic-practical complement) to academic training provided that such activity is related to their academic training and their possible career opportunities. In particular, the training objective of the practice will necessarily include the following aspects: - Tasks to be developed by the student. - Knowledge that the student will acquire. - If the student will participate in design, planning or development tasks. - Within which projects or areas will the practices be framed. - Tools that will be used.
Learning activities and methodology
The student will have a tutor in the company, who will direct, guide and supervise the activities of the practice. There will also be an academic tutor at Uc3m who will be informed about the progress of the practice and will provide support to the student if necessary. The academic tutor will carry out the tutorials that he or she considers necessary and will also grade the student. INTERNSHIP WORK (5 ECTS): Consists in the realization of a real-world project in the company under the supervision of a company advisor. THEORETICAL WORK (1 ECTS): The student must write a report about the work developed during the internship. Its aim is to prove that the internship goals have been fulfilled, and the competences have been acquired appropriately.
Assessment System
The evaluation system includes the evaluation of the activities carried out during the internship in the company. For this, the following elements will be used: - Report of the tutor in the company: The academic tutor of the Uc3m will request this report from the tutor of the company. - Student report: of the work done during the practice. The student will do it according to the instructions published in Aula Global to which he or she will have access once enrolled in the subject. Both elements will give a 100% rating. The academic tutor at UC3M, based on the above documents, will assess the work according to the form established for this purpose. Students who do not present the report will be rated as NOT SUBMITTED. The Tutor must send the assessment record with this grade. If the student gives up the practice for which the subject has been validated and enrolled without having reached enough number of hours to pass the subject, he or she will be graded as NOT SUBMITTED because will not be able to present the report.

The course syllabus may change due academic events or other reasons.