The students must develop an individual thesis where they show the skills and abilities acquired in the Degree.
The Bachelor Thesis must be original, with a theoretical or applied orientation.
The students will have assigned a personal tutor to supervise their Bachelor Thesis. There are two ways to organize the relationship with the tutor, and consequently the subject can be structured in two ways:
a) General modality: The students are organized in class groups analogously to any other groups (enrollment, class, internet, etc.). Each group is linked to a specific field of legal knowledge, with a specialized tutor in each particular area. Students joining a group implicity accept to develop a Bachelor Thesis in that particular area. The student will propose a particular topic to the tutor, who must authorize the project.The maximum number of students per group is determined by the Bachelor direction, accordingly with the University rules. If for one group the demand exceeds the supply, the assignment will be based on students' previous academic records.
b) Specific modality: This is a specific subject work to be done by a student under the supervision of one tenured professor of the University. The students wishing to work under this modality should request a professor for his/her acceptance to supervise their work beforehand. Then, candidate students must submit to the general coordinator of this subject an application form signed by the professor who acceps to supervise his/her Bachelor Thesis, for consideration and approval. After this step, stupents muest enroll in the group of "Specific Mode". This group consists of all the students who are going to work on the thesis accordinf to the specific mode and the administrative organization of the group is similar to any other undergraduate courses.