|Length of program||1 year|
|Coordination||Dra. Lali Ros|
Students must turn in a Master’s project, which can be a research study or an intervention that 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. On an exceptional basis and for reasons of specialisation, one of the committee members may come from outside the Master’s as long as they hold a doctorate.
The MFP is evaluated in two parts: the process and writing project evaluated by the supervisor (30%) and the written project and oral defence evaluated by the Evaluation Committee (70%). In order to evaluate the MFP, both parts must be passed, and the final mark will retain the percentages.
The criteria for evaluating the Master’s Final Project refer to the competences 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:
The final mark of the project will be issued by the Evaluation Committee according to the competences outlined in the curriculum.