University Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology and Global Health - 11th edition
Online teaching organisation
Classes are livestreamed via the Virtual Campus (Moodle), on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 15.30 to 17:30 and from 18:00 to 20:00. Occasionally, complementary sessions may be held outside these hours.
It’s fundamental that students attend streamed classes to generate debate, exchange of opinions and learning among students. Online teaching is not based on recorded classes. However, sessions are recorded so that students can view them at any time, if they have not been able to connect at the established time.
Videoconferences are complemented by the students' autonomous work, which is guided by the teacher, and by other activities such as conferences, seminars and workshops.
Subjects worth 3 ECTS credits involve six videoconferences or 12 teaching hours.
Subjects worth 6 ECTS credits involve twelve videoconferences or 24 teaching hours.
Assessment is continuous and consists of online assessment activities for each subject. In addition, identity verification tests are carried out to ensure that students are the authors of the work that they submit.
The External Academic lntership subjet is optional and counts for 6 ECTS credits.
To register for the External Academic lntership subject, you must have passed 40% of the total credits for the master's degree.
Master's degree final project
Guide to the Master’s Thesis subject of Faculty of Arts (available in Spanish).
Optional. Check the list of mobility agreements.