Directors of the Master’s degree programme
The director of the programme is responsible for the proper academic focus and providing students with support and guidance on a permanent basis. A programme secretary (technical secretariat) will also be on hand to assist students.
Student Guidance Service
The university’s Student Guidance and Support Service also offers a specialist psychopedagogical office to deal with students’ possible difficulties, specialist courses to boost and round off learning (study techniques, anxiety management, public speaking, job search techniques, etc.). in addition to a Curriculum Adaptation Unit.
Students with special needs are assisted by theStudent Guidance and Support Service, jointly with the directors of the Master’s programme, who are responsible for monitoring their proper integration in the programme (learning/teaching, research, internships and social network).
International Relations Office
Foreign students may also receive assistance from the International Relations Office as they adapt to the programme. The office offers information and permanent assistance for:
- Visa applications
- Residence permits
- Housing and accommodation
- Medical services and insurance
- Local services
The university also offers other support and guidance services such as:
Once students have enrolled, they are assigned a faculty advisor who will guide, support and supervise their work.