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Teaching situation

  • April 7th, 2020
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We are living in an exceptional situation that has required us all to adapt. The regulation "Continuity plan for teaching, research and management of the UV in the face of the health emergency situation” is published on the website of the Universitat. Subsequently, we have been informed of the specific measures to be taken regarding teaching, evaluation, internships and the Master’s Degree Final Project.

As you know, all teaching was suspended and was replaced by online teaching through the Virtual Classroom and the tools that this platform has. As you have seen, the teaching of the Master is being carried out in a non-presential way. Likewise, the necessary adaptations are being made for its evaluation, so that the course can be completed.

As for the development of internships, they were stopped in March. Following the regulations indicated by ADEIT and the Office of the Principal, we are making all the necessary adaptations so that they can be completed during this academic year or, if necessary, validated.

As for the Master’s Degree Final Project, tutoring is still being done. The tutors will estimate the experimental work done and will provide solutions to conclude it, according to each student. The defence of the project, according to the measures taken by the UV, will be done in a non-presential way and, as far as possible, during the usual dates.

As for the conferences organised by the Master. All those scheduled for March have been suspended and we are currently working on one for May, which will be reported on this page and in the virtual classroom. The complementary activities to be carried out, logically, will be online and will be reflected in the evaluation.

To all of you, teachers, students and external agencies, we thank you for the collaboration you are giving to continue with the training offered by the Master. 

We hope that you are all well, as well as your loved ones.