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    Master’s Final Project

    Prepare and defend it publicly before an examining committee

    Students will be required to prepare and defend a theoretical or empirical project before an examining committee. The analysis and research method is required to have been previously approved by the Master’s programme director. Tutors specialised in methodology will guide you in preparing the scientific content of your work. 

    The Master’s Final 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 presentation.

    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. 





    Internships are carried out in both the public and private spheres. These Internship Centres cover different areas of intervention and family mediation, responding to an integrative intervention perspective, the biopsychosocial perspective.

    In the social field: intervention and prevention of vulnerable situations, both at community and specialised level; intervention in family conflicts arising from separation or divorce, etc.

    In the health field, as a form of intervention and prevention of the psychosocial impact of different illnesses in the family system: outpatient health, mental health, palliative care, drug addiction, disability, etc.

    Agreements with institutions and organisations



    De septiembre a junio

    See calendar 2021/2022



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    Exams and Undergraduate academic regulations

    Academic regulations

    It is important that you know and consult the rules governing postgraduate studies, in relation to the maximum number of exam sittings, terms for permanence (minimum number of credits that you must pass each year, passing the course, maximum years, etc.), the rules for the application of credit recognition, as well as the Framework academic regulations.

    On the Academic Regulations section on the Deusto student website you can view all the academic regulations, both the specific regulations corresponding to the degree and the Framework academic regulations.