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      Throughout your studies you will work with specialised academic staff and renowned professionals with extensive experience in family intervention and mediation.

      Emma Sobremonte Mendicuti

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      Throughout your studies you will work with specialised academic staff and renowned professionals with extensive experience in family intervention and mediation.

      Emma Sobremonte Mendicuti

      Master’s programme director

      BA and PhD in Sociology from University of Deusto. She is currently a lecturer at the University of Deusto, where she teaches at both the Bilbao and Donostia campuses. She teaches on the Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and on the Master’s degree in Family Intervention and Mediation. Her publications deal mainly with Health and Social Health Work, Social Inequalities in Health, Social and Health Care, Ethics of Social Intervention and Social Values. She is a member of the Deusto Social Values research team, recognised in category A by the Basque Government. Her research interest areas also include Family and Childhood, Models and Methods of Social Intervention. Professional experience: Head of the Social Work Service at Basurto Hospital, Basque Health Service-Osakidetza (1989-2000).

      Guidance and resources

      Tutorials

      These meetings focus on solving doubts or difficulties concerning understanding the subject matter or guidance and follow up on projects and assignments.

      Subject tutorials: these are carried out by the lecturers responsible for each subject, answering any queries that may arise when carrying out the assessment exercises requested by them. A calendar of face-to-face tutorials is available. Dates can be checked in the calendar.

      Master’s Final Project: The lecturer-tutor assigned to each student to assist with preparation of the Master's Final Project will hold these tutorials. The schedules and calendars will be planned in advance with each tutor. Attendance to these tutorials is compulsory.

      In order to assist its students, the University provides aStudent Guidance and Support Service that offers:

      • A Specialist psycho-pedagogical consultation to deal with the difficulties that students may encounter.
      • Specialist courses to facilitate and complete the learning process (study techniques, anxiety control techniques, public speaking, job search techniques, etc.).
      • Curricular Adaptation Unit.

      Students with special needs will be offered the support of the Guidance and Support Service, coordinated with the Master’s directors, who will be responsible for ensuring that these students adapt to the dynamics of this postgraduate degree (teaching/learning, research, internships and social network).

      Foreign students may also receive assistance from the International Relations Office during this stage of their integration in the programme. The office offers information and permanent assistance for:

      • Visa applications
      • Residence permits
      • Housing and welcome
      • Grants

      The University also offers other support and guidance services such as:

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      Teaching-Learning

      Teaching-Learning

      Teaching-Learning

      Learning is based on various teaching methods:

      • Lectures
      • Joint reflection and debate
      • Viewing and analysing videos
      • Case studies
      • Role play
      • Reading and analysing literature on the subject
      • Individual and group projects and reports
      • Tutorials and monitoring, etc.

      Students’ marks will be based on individual or group work as well as their classroom participation.