- INCOMPATIBILITIES FOR THE DEFENSE OF THE TFM
- QUALIFICATION REGISTRATION
- TFG/TFM DIRECTORIES
- DELIVERY TERMS AND PUBLIC DEFENCE PERIODS
- TRIBUNAL MEMBERS
- AVERAGE GRADE OF THE UNIVERSITY DEGREE OR MASTER
- FORMAL ASPECTS OF THE MEMORY TO BE DELIVERED
- STUDENT’S RESPONSABILITIES
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
You must get enrolled in the Master’s Final Project (TFM), like all subjects, within the enrolment period of the degree.
It should be remembered that the TFM can only be presented when the student has passed all the subjects that make up the degree. Getting enrolled in the TFM includes the possible presentation in two calls: a presentation in the ordinary call or a Presentation in the extraordinary call.
It should be noted that in each of the different degrees, the calls for proposals - both for presentations of reports and for the public defence of the TFM - will establish their timetable, with prior approval of the Academic Direction.
The student will have a third extraordinary TFM presentation option in February, only in the case that the student requests it, and the request is within the framework stipulated by the School's regulations ( at the time of enrolment, together with the TFM, a maximum of two core subjects s of the degree, which must be subjects repeated),
The TFM cover pages are available in the Academic Secretariat.
2. INCOMPATIBILITIES FOR THE DEFENSE OF THE TFM
3. QUALIFICATION REGISTRATION
- Application for registration
- Acceptance or rejection of registration
- Modification of the registration
- Completion of the project
The enrolment of the TFM is telematic and can be done by accessing https://grus.salle.url.edu (login and password) / Notes / Management TFC / PFC / TFM / TFC / PFC / TFM registry.
You can start your enrolment once it has been formalised, until December 30 if the TFM is presented in February, or until March 31 if the TFM is presented in June or September. Completion of the registration must be processed before delivering the Reports to the Academic Secretariat.
You must choose a TFM director before you start your registration. Remember that the TFM director must accept your request. Registration and delivery steps for TFM enrolment:
1. Application for registration
Through which the TFM director is selected and the TFM registry is recorded. In case there is also a co-director, it will be only one of the two co-directors who will be responsible for the data.
The request for a project is made for an academic year. In the event that you have to attend an extraordinary call, you must apply for the enrolment.
In the case of wanting to make a change of director of the TFM, you must make a request to the academic responsible for the qualification.
2. Acceptance or rejection of registration
The TFM director receives an e-mail with the student's request. Through this entry, the TFM director can accept or reject the registration.
In both cases, the student will receive an e-mail. If the request is rejected, the "Project Recorder Registration" entry in the TFM director folder will disappear and the student should return to step 1. If accepted, it becomes a new entry called "Project in progress".
3. Modification of the registration
The student will be able to make modifications to the project from the validation of the registration. Modifications can be validated or rejected by the director of the TFM in the same way as in the acceptance or rejection of the registration.
4. Completion of the project
The final step of the TFM, and before the end of the deadline for submitting the report. The student must enter the TFM folder again, select the "Project in progress" icon, insert the abstract of the project, include a memory of the project in electronic format and activate the "Request for completion" option. The TFM director will again have the option to accept or reject the termination. If the request is accepted, the entry "Project in progress" will become "Finished Project", and you will not be able to modify it again. For any doubt or problem with the registration process, you can send an email to email@example.com.
Send an e-mail in case you have doubts or problems with the registration process: firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. TFM DIRECTOR
TFM director must belong to the Cloister of teachers. The TFM director will ensure the quality and Coherence of the TFM specifications, and the roadmap for its implementation and will guide the student in its realization.
Co-director of the TFM
There may be a co-director in a TFM. The co-director is responsible for notifying the coordinator of the degree. Therefore, only one of the two co-directors is responsible for entering the information in the registry. See section 3. REGISTRATION OF THE TITLE.
External TFM co-director
If the project is carried out within the framework of a company or any institution other than La Salle - Ramon Llull University, there may be a TFM co-director. However, a La Salle TFM co-director will also be necessary to ensure the follow-up of the TFM and the assistance on the day of the public defence. In this case, the responsible co-director must notify the coordinator of the degree. The co-director responsible for entering the information in the register will be the professor of La Salle. See section 3. REGISTRATION OF THE TITLE.
5. DELIVERY TERMS AND PUBLIC DEFENCE PERIODS
|Announcement||Deadline for submission of the report*||Defence Period**|
|FEBRUARY||31st January||15th February – 15th March|
|JUNE||31st May||1st July - 15th July|
|SEPTEMBER||15th September||Deadline 15th October|
* : The memory can be submitted on the next working day when the deadline falls on a weekend.
** : You can ask for further information through the coordinator of the degree at all times.
Reminder: The covers to be included in the report must be removed from Academic Secretary, or printed from the student's office in the Academic Secretariat before the delivery of the memory. These Sheets are standardized; other documents will not be accepted. You will find a model to fill it correctly in the Academic Secretariat.
IMPORTANT: the front page of the Master’s Final Project must be duly signed by both the director of the TFM and by the student before delivery.
6. TRIBUNAL MEMBERS
The tribunal is constituted by a president and two directors. Of the three members of the tribunal, at least one must be Professor of La Salle - University Ramon Llull. The TFM director may be part of the tribunal as a member, at the discretion of the academic head of the qualification.
7. AVERAGE GRADE OF THE UNIVERSITY DEGREE OR MASTER
To calculate the average grade of the degree, the TFM is weighted in each student’s file in proportion to the number of ECTS credits allocated.
8. FORMAL ASPECTS OF THE MEMORY TO BE DELIVERED
A paper copy of the memory will be provided along with the covers. They must be printed and signed by the director of the TFM (and co-directors if any) to the Academic Secretariat. The format must be DIN A4, double-sided and simple spacing. The font should be 11 Arial points, 12 Times New Roman points or equivalent.
The drawings, graphics, etc., must be presented in DIN standard formats, preferably DIN A4 or A3. For plans of superior measures, consult the Academic Secretary.
The memory should contain at least the following parts:
- A summary (maximum of 200 words, in Catalan, Spanish and English)
- Keywords (Catalan, Spanish and English)
- A detailed index of the sections, with decimal numbering of the chapters and the sections.
- Introduction, objectives, scope, theoretical foundations, options and methodology used.Descriptive part of the content with illustrations and diagrams Duly numbered.
- Analysis of the obtained results.
- Economic study and/or cost in hours of the TFM.
- Conclusions and future lines to follow.
- At the end of the bibliography. Bibliographic reviews
- The basis of the work.
Finally, maps, charts, graphs and/or charts will be included as annexes. Schemes that are considered appropriate, duly numbered. The computer lists and user manuals will be bound in separate volumes and in the form of annexes. The recommended total length of memory should be between 60 and 150 pages.
The memory and defense of the TFM are carried out individually. Royal Decree 1393/2007, with reference to the "Official university degrees ", in Article 12.
Guidelines for the design of Graduate degrees
Section 3: "These Teachings will conclude with the elaboration and defence of a Final Project”. MASTER'S DEGREE. Royal Decree 1393/2007, with reference to the "Official university teaching of Master", in
Article 15. Guidelines for the design of university master's degrees, Section 3: "These Teachings will conclude with the elaboration and Public defence of a final project, which will have between 6 and 30 credits". This entails that each student has to submit a report and make a personalized public defence. However, for those university masters in which it is possible to do the project in groups, it will be necessary to outline the role or personal work of each student.
9. STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITIES
10. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The intellectual property of any final master's degree in the School belongs to La Salle - Ramon Llull University. Exceptionally, the management of the school may assign these rights to the student or company that requests them. This issue must be resolved before the defence of the TFM.