University Master's Degree in Ageing and Health - 14th edition
Online teaching organisation
The Master's Degree in Ageing and Health is taught in blended mode. That is, it combines online and face-to-face teaching.
Online teaching is divided into 15 teaching weeks and each subject is planned weekly. Thus, each week the Virtual Campus (Moodle) indicates the blocks that are activated for each subject and the deadline for completing and submitting the corresponding continuous assessment.
For each thematic block, there is a live videoconference session to explain the most important concepts (which are announced in advance) and to allow students to ask and get answers to any questions they might have. The sessions are recorded so that students can view them at any time, if they have not been able to connect at the established time.
Face-to-face teaching takes place once a month on Fridays from 9.00 to 21.00 and on Saturdays from 9.00 to 15.00 at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences or at the teaching unit of the Sant Joan University Hospital in Reus.
Attendance at face-to-face sessions is compulsory.
Theoretical and/or practical content and the assessment activities are explained during the face-to-face sessions. Check the timetable for the 2022-23 academic year.
In order to pass the subjects, students must:
- Pass the continuous assessment, which consists of assignments, self-study tests and participation in forums.
- Pass the final on-site assessment with the oral presentation of an assignment or an exam.
- Attend at least 80% of face-to-face classes.
Compulsory clinical placement (8 ECTS credits).
Master's degree final project
Only one call: either in June or September
Optional. Check the list of mobility agreements.