|Length of program||1 year|
|Coordination||Dra. Cristina Corcoll|
The Master’s Final Project is designed according to students’ personal and professional interests. Its ultimate goal is to use personal research to contribute to improving the students’ own professional career in addition to effecting improvements in the educational setting, to the extent possible.
Students must turn in a Master’s Final Project which will be supervised by a PhD professor affiliated with the Master’s programme. This project must be publicly defended before a committee made up of PhD professors in the Master’s programme.
Students have ten minutes to defend their project. They should prioritise the aspects from their project that they deem the most important and make a clear, precise and comprehensive summary of it. Once this presentation is over, the student must respond to any observations, comments and questions from the members of the panel.
The Master’s Final Project must be written and defended in English.
The criteria for evaluating the Master’s Final Project refer to the competencies attained during the process of developing it, the final product and its defence. For this reason, the final evaluation will be the outcome of different partial evaluations:
Students earn a passing mark (5/10) on the competencies of each of the three assessment phases. If needed, they may redo the phases not passed in a second round depending on the recommendations of the supervisor.
The final mark of the project will be issued by the panel in an official grade report.