The Final Thesis Guidelines (FTG) must be registered within the degree’s registration period. The FTG can only be submitted after passing all the subjects included in the degree course being pursued.

FTG registration includes the option to present it in two calls: a presentation in the ordinary call or a presentation in the extraordinary call.

Extraordinary call

Only if the student requests it and is within the framework stipulated by the school’s regulations (having a maximum of two core subjects of the degree pending at the time of enrolment, alongside the FTG, which must be subjects that are being repeated), the student will have a third extraordinary option for presenting the FTG in February.

Incompatibilities for the defence of the FTP

The defence of the FTG can only be carried out once all the subjects of the degree have been passed. Therefore, to be able to enroll, it is necessary to have taken or have enrolled in all the subjects that make up the degree at the same time (considering any enrollment restrictions that may exist).


2.FTP director

All lecturers who serve as FTG directors must belong to the teaching staff of La Salle – Universitat Ramon Llull. The FTG director will ensure the quality and coherence of the FTG specifications, the execution roadmap and will guide the students in its completion.

Co-direction of FTP

The co-direction arrangement may exist in a FTG. The co-director in charge is the one who will notify the degree coordination. Therefore, only one of the two co-directors will be responsible for entering the information in the register. See section 3. REGISTRATION OF THE DEGREE.

Co-direction of an external FTG

If the work is conducted within the framework of a company or any institution other than La Salle-Universitat Ramon Llull, the co-direction of the FTG may also exist. In this case, a co-director of La Salle’s FTG, as defined above, will also be necessary to ensure the monitoring of the FTG and provide assistance on the day of the public defence. In this case, the responsible co-director must notify the degree coordination. The co-director responsible for entering the information in the record will be the teacher from La Salle. See section 2.DFP PROCESS.



Every FTG will have a follow-up conducted by the assigned FTG supervisor. During these meetings, the work completed by the students will be reviewed, and they will be provided with guidance for its proper execution.

The work consists of four review points that students must meet. Failure to meet any of these points will result in the loss of the examination. These points include:

  • Registration of the project: The title must be specified, along with a brief description of it, and the director and co-director (if applicable) must be included. The registration must be accepted by the director(s) of the Final Thesis Guidelines.
  • Partial delivery: Throughout the course, meetings will be held with the FTG management. At this review point, the partial delivery of the project, including the material produced thus far, is required.
  • Final delivery: The final report of the work will be submitted.
  • Defence: The work completed will be presented in front of a specific panel.


Announcement Report and Follow-up Delivery Deadline* Defence period**
FEBRUARY Registration: 1 Oct I Partial delivery: 15 Dec I Final delivery: 31 Jan 15 Feb - 15 Mar
JUNE Registration: 15 Dec I Partial delivery: 31 Mar I Final delivery: 31 May 1 - 15 Jul
SEPTEMBER Registration: 31 Mar I Partial delivery: 15 Jul I Final delivery: 15 Sep 1 - 15 Oct

*:When the deadline for the report submission falls on a weekend, the report can be submitted no later than the following Monday.

**:Keep an eye on the defense dates. You can always reach out to and/or obtain information from the degree coordinator.



The evaluation panel consists of a chairperson and two members. At least one of the three-panel members must be a lecturer at La Salle-Universitat Ramon Llull. The FTG director may serve as a panel member at the discretion of the academic coordination of the degree program.

The report and defence of the FTG are individual tasks

Royal Decree 822/2021, regarding the “Basic organization of official university degree programs”, Chapter III, in reference to the “General guidelines for the design of degree program syllabus”, determines in Article 14:

“The Final Thesis Guidelines, which is compulsory and necessary for obtaining the official degree, is essentially aimed at demonstrating the student’s mastery and application of the knowledge, competencies, and skills that define the official university degree.”

It must be carried out in the final phase of the study plan, following the criteria established by each university or institution. Likewise, final degree projects must be defended in a public event, following the regulations established for this purpose by the institution or, where applicable, the university”.

This means that each student at La Salle URL University must submit a report and conduct a personal public defense. However, for those university degrees in which group work is involved, the role or personal contribution of each student must be defined, and even if there is a common part, the student’s individual contribution must be clearly stated.



If the defense of the FTG is contingent upon the publication of the grades for any subject(s), the student must inform the degree coordinator.

If the student is unable to defend the FTG in the scheduled session, for academic or other reasons, the report will be retained in the academic secretary’s office. In such cases, students must request the submission of the report for the session they deem appropriate, provided they are enrolled, and inform both the academic secretary’s office and the degree coordination.

Certain degree programs may have additional rules pertaining to specific aspects of the FTG that must be adhered to. Please refer to the guidelines provided by the degree program coordination.



The intellectual property rights of all final undergraduate or master’s degree projects defended at the school belong to La Salle-Universitat Ramon Llull. In exceptional cases, the school’s administration may transfer these rights to students or companies that make such requests. This matter must be fully resolved before the defense of the dissertation.



The report should include at least the following sections:

  • Official cover pages of La Salle University URL
  • An abstract (in Catalan, Spanish and English)
  • The length of the report should adhere to the parameters specified in the area’s regulations

Students at La Salle – Universitat Ramon Llull are required to comply with these regulations. However, specific regulations may apply based on the degree program. In such cases, these will be provided by the degree program coordination office.


Before initiating the registration process, you and your FTG director must come to an agreement, along with the degree coordination. The FTG director must accept the application. Each of the phases to be completed by the students must be carried out through the eSecretary platform.



Through the registration process, you must select the FTG director and your project’s title. If there is also a co-director, only one of them will be responsible for the data.

The project application is submitted for one academic year via eSecretary and must be completed before December 15 for the ordinary call and before March 31 for the extraordinary call. In the case of an extraordinary call, it must be requested within the same registration.

In the event of changing the FTG director, the request should be made to the academic personnel responsible for the degree.

1.1.Acceptance or rejection of registration

The FTG director will receive an email containing the student’s request. Through this entry, the FTG director can either accept or reject the application. In both cases, the student will receive an email. If the application is rejected, the “Application for registration of the designer” entry will be removed from the FTG director’s folder, and the student must return to step 1. If accepted, it will be converted into a new entry labeled “Project in progress”.

1.2.Registration modification

Once the registration is validated, the student can modify the FTG registration, which will be subject to validation or rejection by the FTG director in the same manner as in the acceptance or rejection of the application.



To continue with the FTG and complete the project, a partial delivery must be made, which will be validated by the FTG director. The maximum deadlines for this delivery are March 31 for ordinary calls and July 15 for extraordinary calls. Failure to deliver within these deadlines implies the loss of the opportunity.



The final step of the FTG, and before the deadline to submit the report, the student will return to their FTG folder, select the “Project in progress” icon, enter the abstract’s project, include the report in digital format, and activate the “Request for completion” option. The FTG director will again have the option to accept or reject the application. If accepted, the “Project in progress” entry will become “Project completed” and can no longer be modified.