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A MEDIUM FOR SERVICING COMPANIES
- The contribution to the company’s technological and organisational development. The qualification of students, even if they are not experienced professionals, is very high. This means that the results achieved after the completion of the one-year TFG/TFM are of considerable value.
- The recruitment of qualified personnel. In most cases, students carry out the project at the company on a full-time basis. During this time, they have the chance to acquire in-depth knowledge of the company, its technology, organisation, culture, procedures, etc. while integrating it into their work teams. The company also trains them, knowing them and valuing them, which allows it to judge with greater knowledge if they are suitable people for professional integration into the workforce.
Degrees and their professional profiles
|PDF Degree in Mechanical Engineering||PDF Master’s Degree in Strategic Design of Products and Services|
|PDF Degree in Industrial Design and Product Development Engineerin||PDF Master’s Degree in Business Innovation and Project Management|
|PDF Degree in Industrial Organisation Engineering||PDF Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering|
|PDF Degree in Industrial Electronics Engineering||PDF Master's Degree in Embedded Systems|
|PDF Degree in Computer Engineering||PDF Master's Degree in Energy and Power Electronics|
|PDF Degree in Energy Engineering|
|PDF Degree in Industrial Process Ecotechnology Engineering|
|PDF Degree in Biomedical Engineering|
End-of-Degree/End-of-Master's project typology
Aware of the need to better respond to the expectations of companies and students, the ESP has established a TFG/TFM model, which, along with the possibility of incorporation of students into companies through study-work, constitutes a highly attractive, high-value training and technology offer to companies.
The academic structure is as follows:
Consultation and download of the PDF documents of the previous table for an understand of the typology of projects, as well as examples of previous projects.
End-of-Degree/End-of-Master's project process
The End-of-Degree/End-of-Master’s Project Process is divided into four subprocesses, namely:
- Capture of the TFG/TFM: This subprocess aims to obtain from the companies requests for high-quality End-of-Degree/End-of-Master’s Projects, that is, TFGs/TFMs suitable for the professional profile, with well-defined objectives, a dimension appropriate to the duration of the project, and the best possible technological level. For this purpose, a series of persons responsible for academic qualifications have been defined, who are in charge of assisting companies on any doubts they may have regarding the characteristics and requirements to be fulfilled by the TFG/TFM.
- Assignment of the TFG/TFM: This subprocess aims to assign to students their End-of-Course/End-of-Master’s Project. It is a complex task, as it consists of satisfying the needs of two clients: the student and the company. This subprocess is carried out by the Projects Committee, with a set of criteria being taken into account such as: the level of the project and requirements of the company, place of residence of the student and location of the company, preferences of the student, history of the relationship with the company, etc.
- Execution and Follow-up of TFG/TFM: This subprocess aims to ensure that the project is carried out in a satisfactory manner for the company and for the student. For this purpose, the following are defined:
Project Manager: A person from the company who assumes the responsibility of applying the necessary resources on the part of the company for the correct development of the project and subsequent execution of the global evaluation of the End-of-Degree/End-of-Master’s Project.
Project Director: The technical staff of the company or EPS, which assumes the responsibility of guiding the student in the decisions necessary to achieve the project’s objectives.
Project Tutor: EPS staff that assumes the responsibility of ensuring that the academic requirements of the project are met and serves as an intermediate between the company and EPS in the event that the project management is carried out in the company itself.
- Evaluation and assessment of the TFG/TFM: This subprocess aims to evaluate the student’s training process and to assess the satisfaction of the student and the company. Thus, the TFG/TFM is presented and defended before an academic jury, in which teachers and the company’s staff participate and which qualifies the student according to established criteria.
On the other hand, through surveys, the company and the student perform their assessment of the process. This set of data is then taken to the Projects Committee, where it is assessed, with actions taken for a continuous improvement of the Process.
End-of-Degree/End-of-Master's project abroad
Internationalisation is one of the strategic challenges of Mondragon Unibertsitatea. This internationalisation covers two aspects of basic research, with professors from our university participating jointly in research projects with foreign universities, and student mobility, with participation in exchange programmes between universities.
The different student mobility programmes offer the opportunity to complete university studies, obtain postgraduate degrees, work experience and carry out the Final Degree / Master's work in European countries, North America and Latin America.
It should be mentioned that more than 50 students are currently pursuing their End-of-Course/End-of-Master’s Projects in companies abroad.
For TFGs/TFMs in foreign companies, the legal framework is regulated by the ERASMUS Agency through the ERASMUS Programme (former LEONARDO), which establishes::
- Mobility project institutional contract (EPS – ERASMUS Agency
- An ERASMUS stay agreement (EPS – Student-Company – “Intermediate”)
This legal framework can provide coverage throughout the year of development of the TFG/TFM. The complementary policies for accidents and civil liability, in turn, will be managed jointly between EPS and the company.
At the time of requesting a project, each company can:
1. Apply for a project abroad with a CAV student
- Stay in a European company: 10-month ERASMUS agreement
- Stay in a non-European company: 10-month Labour Contract or University-Company Agreement
2. Apply for a project in CAV with a foreign student
ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATION OF THE END-OF-COURSE/END-OF-MASTER’S PROJECT
The End-of-Course/End-of-Master’s Project is regulated by an Agreement signed between the centre, the companies, and the students that will carry out the Educational Cooperation practices.
This Agreement covers aspects such as:
- Appointment of the tutor and project director.
- Study grant or aid, with an amount specified in the agreement, provided by the company to the student.
- Taxation, as the study grant or will be subject to IRPF.
- Insurance, as companies are required to formalise a policy for individual accidents and civil liability in favour of the student.
- Exclusion of labour relations in the period covered by the Educational Cooperation Agreement: the obligations inherent in a labour contract will not apply for the students and companies.
The regulation of the student in the company may have the following legal framework:
1. University-enterprise agreement (full-time shift)
The company manages
- The payment of the study grant or aid to the student, as included in the agreement.
- Insurance formalisation: an individual accident policy in favour of the student and inclusion of the student in the company’s civil liability policy.
2. Full-time shit through Alecop
- The payment of the study grant or aid to the student.
- Insurance formalisation: an individual accident policy in favour of the student.
The Company manages
- Insurance formalisation: inclusion of the student in the company’s civil liability policy.
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