The teaching methods on the master's degree, based the development of competences, is oriented towards the achievement of effective professional practice. Priority is given to the use of participatory teaching methods, where students are key players. Integrating theory and practice is another key aspect of our methodological approach. The use of phenomenological, experiential methodology aids effective incorporation of learning. Active methodologies, such as project-based learning, small group work, oral presentations, analysis of videos and case studies, readings, reflections, individual tutorials, are some of the common practices of the programme. Students will have the ongoing supervision and support of the academic staff, and each student will have the advice and guidance of a tutor in the development of teaching practice and the final master's thesis.