The students must elaborate, applying all the knowledge acquired in the three subjects corresponding to the module, a personal work on that matter, working with the regulations and the jurisprudence as well as the existing doctrine and making original and critical contributions.
To do this, students will have a list of topics on which they must develop their work from the teacher well in advance, which will be posted in Aula Global. In all cases, they will be provided with a written document detailing the main aspects for the correct preparation of the work.
The methodology to be followed in this course will be the following:
The students will be given a topic sufficiently in advance so that they can proceed, individually or in a group, to elaborate, always with the tutorship of the teacher, a more in-depth study of the topic.
The students will be sent a list of general bibliography and some links to the library so that they can consult the way the work is elaborated and serve as a learning tool for the development of the TFM.
Students must prepare this work, focusing on the assigned topic and working with existing national, regional or local regulations, national and European jurisprudence, etc. - and / or information on law and comparative jurisprudence.
Presentation and discussion in class, under the moderation of the teacher, of the guide prepared with questions and approaches related to the content of the subject exposed.
Students will have access to tutorials with the person responsible for the coordination of the subject.
Likewise, they will meet in sessions with the coordinator of the subject to solve the doubts and delimit the content of the work, bibliography, objectives, etc.
With the tutorship, the aim is to organize the teaching and learning processes based on the interaction between the student and the teacher with the purpose of:
(i) To guide the autonomous and group work of the students
(ii) To deepen various aspects of the subject
(iii) To guide the academic and integral formation of the student.