Final Degree Project
The End of Degree Work (GRAL) is a project, memory, or study to be carried out individually in order to deepen and develop the contents, abilities, capabilities and skills that you have received in your degree.
It must be an original work. You will have the opportunity to put into practice the skills you have acquired in the degree, and you will also be evaluated for the competences associated with the degree.
You will have a director who will help you choose the research line and oversee your work.
The work can have between 6 and 30 credits, depending on the characteristics of each grade. These credits are executed at the end of the curriculum. In order to enrol, you must first complete a certain number of credits.
Check out the registration, topics and defense information on your center's website.