Evaluation of each Module
The evaluation system is based on a continuous evaluation model, as the Master is made up of 28 valuable units grouped into 6 modules.
Once the compulsory material taught in the classes has been studied and the additional material available has been used, the student must take an evaluation exam for each module. The student must pass each of the modules whose evaluation has the following weighting:
• 60% practical case (the use of the case method allows the student to approach and apply the theory to real situations of international trade).
• 40% self-assessment exam.
If the student does not pass any of the modules in progress, he/she will have the option of making up the failed module, by taking an exam within the time limits indicated.
Dissertation/Project for the Master (TFM)
Apply knowledge of international trade to a specific context by developing an internationalization plan
Direction and monitoring system
Complementary to the development of the course in the 6 modules, the student must complete a Master's dissertation/Project (TFM).
This TFM should be an internationalization plan consistent with the master's degree, where the international vision of work will be a necessary requirement.
Each student will be assigned a tutor, who will have to approve the presentation of the TFM and will also periodically monitor the progress of said TFM.
Evaluation criteria and procedures
Complementary to the development of the course in the 6 study modules, the student must complete a Master’s dissertation/Project (TFM). This TFM should be an internationalization plan consistent with the master's degree, where the international vision of work will be a necessary requirement.
In the case of the TFM, the student must present an internationalization project for a specific business that will be valued for the ability to apply the different subjects that have been developed in each of the modules of the degree.
All TFMs will be analyzed by an anti-plagiarism program. The detection of plagiarism will result in not obtaining this title.
The TFMs will be delivered and will be submitted to a committee for evaluation. The members of the committee will receive the TFM sufficiently in advance so that they can analyze it.
The committee will assess the TFM according to the following criteria:
• Written document: 70%
• Exposure and defense: 30%
In the overall grade for the course, students will obtain a final grade for the master's degree that will be based on the following criteria:
• 80% corresponding to the average grade of the 6 modules taken.
• 20% corresponding to the grade obtained in the TFM.
The management of the master's degree may grant the global qualification of Honors, within the limit of 10% of the students as established in article 30.2, BOUC of November 19, 2018.