As this is a newly established Degree Programme, work placements are managed centrally at the Faculty level, and will be activated from 2022-2023.
The Postgraduate Degree Programme may activate a TeTi (Thesis & Training) project, designed to link students’ learning with their practical training, by planning a final thesis inspired and directly related to their completed training experience. To this end, when choosing their training projects, students should agree with their thesis supervisor on a thesis topic that provides further insight on the theory or methodology tested in their internship.
The dissertation should explore technical and/or scientific issues within the curricular subject of the student’s Degree Programme. It may entail a critical review of the state of the art of the subject, or a project, or the development of new techniques, or the transfer of techniques and methods from one subject area to another. As an option, the dissertation can be written in English, usually when the research was carried out in a foreign university or a foreign research centre or archive during an exchange programme.
For further information, please visit the Internship Office webpage at the following link: