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Labour Relations

Tutories and guidance

University Orientation Service

Tutors are responsible for informing and advising students during their degree studies. They accompany students throughout their university years to solve any doubts or queries. Their dedication contributes to making the university experience unforgettable.

In the first year of study, tutors pay special attention to make sure students fit into the programme well and achieve good academic results. Later, they will be on hand to help make decisions about the different alternatives: specialist tracks or fields, exchange and mobility programmes, internships, etc.


 

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Academic tutories

Your tutor

You will be assigned an academic tutor each year. It is normally a lecturer from the faculty who teaches subjects in your year of study.

Some of your tutor’s duties include:

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- Assessing you individually or with a group on academic, personal and/or professional aspects.
-Speaking on your behalf to the Dean’s Office, the Secretariat and other faculty members.
 -Leading and cooperating with actions to improve your university years at our Faculty.

Your tutor is the person you can turn to when you have a problem or concern of any type (learning, personal problems which affect your academic performance, new endeavours, suggestions for improvement, etc.).

Lecturers are responsible for holding academic tutorials on the subjects they teach. These meetings focus on solving doubts or difficulties concerning understanding the subject matter, or guidance and follow up on projects and assignments.

See your lecturers’ office hours and the office number on the academic staff profiles.

Ver información


 

Law Faculty’s Careers Service

The Law Faculty’s Careers Service organises, coordinates and promotes activities to assist in job searches.

  • Workshops on efficient job searches (preparation of CVs, letters of presentation for job interviews, psychometric tests and group dynamics as well as advice for job searches on the Internet.
  • Information sessions on practising law, competitive exams (administration of justice, registry, notary, state attorney…), postgraduate studies (taught at the Law Faculty, grants…).
  • Presentations by companies, law firms and companies, which often recruit directly at the university.
     

The University of Deusto’ s Job Search Service (Deusto Alumni) also assists students in their job searches. This service makes use of the following tools:

  • Guidance for proactive job searches.
  • Intermediation with companies through the university’s job search service, Lanbide or the Job Forum.
  • Individual support and monitoring through tutorials before and after graduates find jobs.
  • The Observatory, which carries out ongoing analysis of the job world to identify the most widely demanded professional profiles.
  • Labour market insertion through internship programmes, grants and self-employment programmes.
     

 

Tutories and guidance

University Orientation Service

Tutors are responsible for informing and advising students during their degree studies. They accompany students throughout their university years to solve any doubts or queries. Their dedication contributes to making the university experience unforgettable.

In the first year of study, tutors pay special attention to make sure students fit into the programme well and achieve good academic results. Later, they will be on hand to help make decisions about the different alternatives: specialist tracks or fields, exchange and mobility programmes, internships, etc.


 

www.sou.deusto.es

 

Academic tutories

Your tutor

You will be assigned an academic tutor each year. It is normally a lecturer from the faculty who teaches subjects in your year of study.

Some of your tutor’s duties include:

tabla
- Assessing you individually or with a group on academic, personal and/or professional aspects.
-Speaking on your behalf to the Dean’s Office, the Secretariat and other faculty members.
 -Leading and cooperating with actions to improve your university years at our Faculty.

Your tutor is the person you can turn to when you have a problem or concern of any type (learning, personal problems which affect your academic performance, new endeavours, suggestions for improvement, etc.).

Lecturers are responsible for holding academic tutorials on the subjects they teach. These meetings focus on solving doubts or difficulties concerning understanding the subject matter, or guidance and follow up on projects and assignments.

See your lecturers’ office hours and the office number on the academic staff profiles.

Ver información


 

Law Faculty’s Careers Service

The Law Faculty’s Careers Service organises, coordinates and promotes activities to assist in job searches.

  • Workshops on efficient job searches (preparation of CVs, letters of presentation for job interviews, psychometric tests and group dynamics as well as advice for job searches on the Internet.
  • Information sessions on practising law, competitive exams (administration of justice, registry, notary, state attorney…), postgraduate studies (taught at the Law Faculty, grants…).
  • Presentations by companies, law firms and companies, which often recruit directly at the university.
     

The University of Deusto’ s Job Search Service (Deusto Alumni) also assists students in their job searches. This service makes use of the following tools:

  • Guidance for proactive job searches.
  • Intermediation with companies through the university’s job search service, Lanbide or the Job Forum.
  • Individual support and monitoring through tutorials before and after graduates find jobs.
  • The Observatory, which carries out ongoing analysis of the job world to identify the most widely demanded professional profiles.
  • Labour market insertion through internship programmes, grants and self-employment programmes.