TRAINING ACTIVITIES OF THE SUBJECT
AF3 Theoretical practical classes
AF6 Group work
AF7 Individual student work
Activity code / No. of total hours / No. of face-to-face hours /% face-to-face
AF3 4 4 100
AF7 176 0 0
TOTAL SUBJECT 180 4
MD1 Lectures in the teacher's class supported by computer and audiovisual media, in which the main concepts of the subject are developed and the bibliography is provided to complement the students' learning.
MD2 Critical reading of texts recommended by the professor of the subject: Sentences and resolutions, press articles, reports, manuals and / or academic articles, either for later discussion in class, or to expand and consolidate the knowledge of the subject.
MD5 Preparation of works and reports individually or in groups
Students will have 2 group lectures about how to develop and write a good master's thesis.The first one will provide the general instructions; and the second session will be about how to approach the project.
Every student will be assigned a tutor, from whom the student obtains proper advice on the thesis. The advisor will provide general guidance in weekly meetings, and will help students refine their topic and develop their argument. The tutorials will be 1-hour weekly meetings during the period of tutorials. Meetings will be organized either as short individual sessions, or as group meetings.
After Students receive the initial feedback, students should develop their work individually.
1.Next to the last week of the third semi-quarterly: Deadline to submit 2 project¿s proposal ideas.
2.Last week of the third semi-quarterly: Tutors are assigned.
3.First week of the last semi-quarterly: Start of the orientation meeting tutorials with the tutor (6 weeks).
4.Third week of the last semi-quarterly: Deadline to submit a FMT short proposal.
5.Fourth week of the last semi-quarterly: Tutor approves the progress of the project.
6.End of the last semi-quarterly: Early June.
7.First week of July: Deadline to submit the FMT.
8.Mid-July: Thesis Defense.