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The Master Degree Final Project will be assessed by the Committee taking into account the following criteria:

  • Contents
    • General approach of the project. General and specific goals:
    • Methodology and Work Plan
    • Application of the acquired knowledge during the teaching of the Master’s degree
    • Management and launch
    • Results

  • Formal aspects
    • Work structure and index
    • Composition, grammar and writing
    • Graphic Support: figures, statistical tables, etc.
    • Cartography
    • Completion and accuracy of the work
  • General criteria
    • Maturity level of the project developed
    • Applicability of the project proposed
  • Oral presentation
    • Mastery of the oral presentation
    • Ability for synthesis
  • Tutor’s report
    • Tutor’s assessment of the Master's Degree Final Project

Each professor of the Master’s degree may direct a maximum of three Master’s Degree Final Project.

Students may have a meeting with the professors in order to request the direction of the Master’s Degree Final Project, from the beginning of the academic year until 27 February 2015.

Calls and defence periods

 

Deadline for Master’s Degree Final Project submission

First call I 6 November 2020
First call II 14 January 2021
First call III 10 March 2021
First call IV 7  May 2021
First call V 8 July 2021
Second Call 7 September 2021

 

The subject “Master’s Degree final project” has two calls per academic year and several defence periods.
The last period for the defence of the Master’s Degree Final Project in an academic year is stablished 25 September next to the end of the year.

For the first call the several defence periods are stablished:

  • From 1 October to 30 November.
  • From 1 December to 31 January.
  • From 1 February to 31 March.
  • From 1 April to 31 May.
  • From 1 June to 25 July.

For the second call one defence period is established:

  • From 1 to 25 September.

More information in the students guide