This is an elective subject, whose objective is to strengthen the students' training by putting into practice the theoretical knowledge they will acquire throughout the Master's program.
theoretical knowledge that they will acquire throughout the Master's program. Within the framework of this course, two types of internships will be offered:
tutored internships and supervised internships.
The tutored internships will be carried out within the framework of the Intrajudicial Mediation Program of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. The
students will participate in real mediations as observers, and will analyze the observed cases with the mediator-mentors, each one responsible for guiding a group of students during the
responsible for guiding a group of students during the internship period, which will be structured in three levels of difficulty (beginner, intermediate, advanced), depending on the level of difficulty,
intermediate, advanced), depending on the theoretical knowledge previously acquired at each stage of the Master. Students will use analysis sheets for the breakdown of each observed session.
They will hand these sheets to the corresponding tutor.
The supervised internships will be carried out in the framework of external institutions that carry out mediation activities and which will host a certain number of students to participate as observers in mediation sessions. Depending on the field in which each collaborating institution is involved, students may also study mediation case files and analyze them.
In this modality, students will be able to choose the entity in which to carry out the internship, linking it to the specialty of professional interest that each person has. The student who chooses this type of internship must justify the suitability of the entity for the internship both in relation to the tasks assigned and the hours to be completed (70% of which must be face-to-face).