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Work placements

Work placements are essentially a training activity for the students, who are supervised by a tutor at their company or institution, and by an academic tutor of the University of Valencia. Their main objective is to enable students to apply and to help them complement the knowledge they have acquired throughout their academic training, whilst at the same time utilising their acquired skills that have prepared them for the professional world, facilitated their employment and encouraged their entrepreneurial ability. 

The University of Valencia firmly believes that work placements are essential and necessary to prepare its students for the future and, at the same time, to link with society. Placements undergo specific regulations and each university faculty has a committee whose aim, among others, is to promote and academically supervise the placements

There are two types of placements: curricular and extra-curricular. The curricular placements configure themselves as academic activities integrated in the student’s study plan (Degrees and Master Degrees), that correspond with a module or subject. On the other hand, the extracurricular are those that the students can carry out with voluntary character during their training period (Degrees and Master Degrees) and that, although having the same end that the curricular placements, they do not form part of the student’s study plan.

ADEIT, the University-Business Foundation at the University of Valencia, is in charge of organizing, planning and managing the placements for University of Valencia students (under the direction of the Vice-Principal for Studies and Language Policy, the Vice-Principal for Postgraduate Studies and the Vice-Principal for International Relations and Cooperation).

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