¿What are they? In this Master´s programme, theoretical training is rounded off with a practical approach that allows students to acquire professional experience and direct contact with the culture of work. This subject involves doing at least 200 internship hours paid at least €800. The role of the internship within the programme curriculum is key as this is a means to experience real-life situations and integrate in programmes which are underway, showing realities similar to what they will later find in professional practice. This subject allows you to put your theoretical knowledge into practice with the ongoing support of your lecturers, who will your follow up your progress at all times jointly with the internship coordinator at the Institute of Leisure Studies. Real immersion in professional life is combined with theoretical-practical sessions in the classroom. The aim is to offer students professional guidance, while also including entrepreneurship as a possible career option. Students can complete their internships from November to the end of the academic year in Spain, the European Union or other countries. TUTORIALS The degree has a well-defined process for the Management of External Internships, with a programme of individualised tutorials and a scheduled programme of group tutorials. These will be coordinated by the Academic Tutor, who will guide and motivate students throughout their studies and will assist them plan their work and develop their career. The individual tutorials aim to identify students' professional concerns and guide them towards the internship centre that best suits their expectations and interests, while the group sessions aim to provide guidelines for integration into the internship centre, to learn about the labour market, and to acquire skills aimed at entrepreneurship and employability.