Official master’s degrees are official degrees regulated by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, in accordance with the requirements of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the guidelines set out in the Bologna Declaration. Master's degrees are the main way to access a doctorate.
In the academic regulations you will find information regarding:
The Tutorial Action Plan (PAT) is the set of systematic and coordinated actions that aim to guide, supervise and accompany the student during his university career, both in the degree and in his postgraduate training, with the aim to contribute to the integral training of the professional future.
During the development of the master's degree, in addition to the academic tutoring defined in the training activities of the Verification Report, the contact of those responsible for the degree with students is continuous and the attention is individualized, both during face-to-face and during the periods of practices or autonomous work of the students, looking for a climate of dialogue and participation to foster the creative capacity and stimulate the critical spirit, as it is own of the process of teaching-learning of the Faculty of Sciences of the Health Blanquerna -URL.
The usual working languages (classes, literature, etc) are Catalan and Spanish, according to the preferences of each teacher and the availability of materials that impart. Teachers can also use materials in other languages and students can make the course work in Catalan or Spanish.