In order to guide students and meet their questions and doubts throughout the academic year, the tutorial action plan considers individualized attention before, during and after the end of master’s courses.
Throughout the year before doing the master’s course, from the Student Guidance and Information Service (SIOE) at the Faculty, prospective students’ questions are answered with comprehensive and precise information; they are also offered the chance to get individualized attention from master’s course coordinators through interviews and arranged appointments.
From the beginning of the master’s course, at the Seminar setting, every 15-student group has a teacher-tutor, with two-hour sessions a week throughout the year (20 sessions) so that they can follow up and guide students and their Practicum and FMP (Final Master’s Project).
At the end of every module, qualifications are given to students in an individual tutorial session (interview with coordinators) in order to assess the student’s work and explain or clarify doubts about their assessment.
At the end of the master’s course, students have the support of the Professional Promotion Bureau (GPP) of the Faculty, which offers them guidance and assessment for their entry into the labour market and manages job offers.
You can have access to the full tutorial action plan document on the following link.