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Intervention and Mediation Concerning Minors in Vulnerable Situation and/or Social Conflict

Programme

  • Qualifications: Master’s degree in Intervention and Mediation Concerning Minors in Situations of Vulnerability and/or Social Conflict (Official Spanish Diploma). Official Gazette (BOE) no. 157. Resolution of 22 June 2006. Ratified on 29 April 2009 through the favourable Assessment Report from the Spanish Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation (ANECA ).
  • Course venue: University of Deusto Bilbao campus
  • Departments in charge of the programme: Department of Social Work and Sociology
  • Faculty: Social and Human Sciences
  • Duration: September to July
  • Credits: 60 ECTS Credits
  • Programme type: Taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places on the programme: Maximum of 40. 

Master’s Final Project

SUBJECT AREA: Master's final project (6 ECTS).

Students will be required to prepare and defend a theoretical or empirical project before an examining board. The analysis and research method is required to have been previously approved by the Master’s programme director. This project equips students with the basic competences needed to transmit substantiated conclusions in a clear manner and learn skills that prompt involvement in lifelong learning. Tutors specialised in methodology will guide students in preparing the scientific content of their work.

The following aspects are related to the preparation, presentation and defence of the Master's Final Project:

Length, format and basic rules for presentation

  • The project carries 6 credits, the equivalent of 150 hours of independent work.
  • The Master´s Final Project must be 20,000 words long (maximum), excluding title, abstract, references and appendices (if applicable).
  • The final document that will be presented for assessment by the Examining Board must meet the required format rules detailed in the section "Master´s Final Project presentation rules".

Defence of the Master´s Final Project

The Project must comply with the University´s General Regulations and each faculty´s specific requirements. Students will be informed in advance about the process they must follow to apply for the viva voce examination, the copies and/or documents to submit, deadlines, venue, duration and their order of exposition.

Assessment and grading system of the MFP


Each project will be assessed by a board formed by three lecturers from the Master´s degree programme. Students will defend their project in a 15 to 20 minute viva voce examination. Following the defence, the board members will make comments and ask questions and students will have their turn to respond. Lecturers, etc. attending the defence, the student´s tutor for instance, may also take part in the dialogue with previous authorization of the chairman of the board.

Once all the projects have been defended, the board members will hold an assessment session to determine the grades and sign the official records.

Projects will be assessed in compliance with the level of competences achieved during this activity and the tutor´s report will be taken into account, which will also focus on the competences envisaged in the programme.


 

 

 

Programme

  • Qualifications: Master’s degree in Intervention and Mediation Concerning Minors in Situations of Vulnerability and/or Social Conflict (Official Spanish Diploma). Official Gazette (BOE) no. 157. Resolution of 22 June 2006. Ratified on 29 April 2009 through the favourable Assessment Report from the Spanish Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation (ANECA ).
  • Course venue: University of Deusto Bilbao campus
  • Departments in charge of the programme: Department of Social Work and Sociology
  • Faculty: Social and Human Sciences
  • Duration: September to July
  • Credits: 60 ECTS Credits
  • Programme type: Taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places on the programme: Maximum of 40. 

Master’s Final Project

SUBJECT AREA: Master's final project (6 ECTS).

Students will be required to prepare and defend a theoretical or empirical project before an examining board. The analysis and research method is required to have been previously approved by the Master’s programme director. This project equips students with the basic competences needed to transmit substantiated conclusions in a clear manner and learn skills that prompt involvement in lifelong learning. Tutors specialised in methodology will guide students in preparing the scientific content of their work.

The following aspects are related to the preparation, presentation and defence of the Master's Final Project:

Length, format and basic rules for presentation

  • The project carries 6 credits, the equivalent of 150 hours of independent work.
  • The Master´s Final Project must be 20,000 words long (maximum), excluding title, abstract, references and appendices (if applicable).
  • The final document that will be presented for assessment by the Examining Board must meet the required format rules detailed in the section "Master´s Final Project presentation rules".

Defence of the Master´s Final Project

The Project must comply with the University´s General Regulations and each faculty´s specific requirements. Students will be informed in advance about the process they must follow to apply for the viva voce examination, the copies and/or documents to submit, deadlines, venue, duration and their order of exposition.

Assessment and grading system of the MFP


Each project will be assessed by a board formed by three lecturers from the Master´s degree programme. Students will defend their project in a 15 to 20 minute viva voce examination. Following the defence, the board members will make comments and ask questions and students will have their turn to respond. Lecturers, etc. attending the defence, the student´s tutor for instance, may also take part in the dialogue with previous authorization of the chairman of the board.

Once all the projects have been defended, the board members will hold an assessment session to determine the grades and sign the official records.

Projects will be assessed in compliance with the level of competences achieved during this activity and the tutor´s report will be taken into account, which will also focus on the competences envisaged in the programme.