Length of program 4 years
Timetable Morning or afternoon
Internships Mandatory, elective, extracurricular
Credits 240 ECTS
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Final Degree Project

The Final Degree Project (TFG), which the student of Journalism and Corporate Communication prepares during the last year of their studies, is a group project planned and executed by the same standards as any professional project carried out in the world of business or journalistic communication.

With the curricular development that culminates in the Final Degree Project (TFG), our students are prepared to work in any form of communication -especially in types of support and platforms- and in the corporate communication environment. The project can be a good means to promote the employment of students.

The TFG is considered as two compulsory subjects (TFGI and TFGII) of 6 ECTS credits each. Enrollment and evaluation are individual but the work will preferably be done in groups comprised of a minimum of three people and a maximum of four.

Tutoring

Each group will have an academic tutor, a professor of the degree, who will be in charge of advising the students and supervising the evolution of the project, as well as its subsequent evaluation. The TFG will develop out of weekly tutoring sessions and work guidelines set by the tutor which will help the students to establish adequate planning and rhythm of work.

Evaluation

The TFGI grade is calculated from two partial grades: one given by a technical panel made up of professors of the degree program (40%), and one given by the project tutor based on their tutorial follow-up (60%). It must be borne in mind, however, that the two partial grades must be equal to or greater than 4 to calculate an average.

The TFGII grade is calculated from two partial grades: one determined by a professional tribunal made up mostly of experts from the Journalism and Corporate Communication sector from outside of the university (40%), and one determined by the project tutor based on the tutorial follow-up (60%). The two partial grades must be equal to or greater than 4 to calculate an average.