14 February 2017
They are work experience carried out by a student in any public or private, national or foreign entity, with the aim of:
Students registered on a course with the Faculty of Law who have passed 120 credits. Placements may be curricular or extracurricular and in both cases the skills to be acquired by completing the placement must be linked to the student’s degree.
In the case of curricular external placements, you must be enrolled in the subject linked to the corresponding curriculumbefore the start date (this means fulfilling the following academic requirements):
Bachelor's Degree in Political and Administrative Sciences
Bachelor's Degree in Law:
Bachelor's Degree in Criminology:
Master's Degree in Advocacy:
To enrol on the placement for theBachelor's degree in Political and Administration Sciences and the Bachelor's degree in Law, students must have passed 120 credits and fulfil all the requirements for enrolling in an optional subject.
To enrol in the placement for the Bachelor's degree in Criminology, students must have passed 120 credits and fulfil all the requirements for enrolling in a compulsory 4th year subject.
Enrolment for bachelor's degree placements must be formalised in ordinary enrolment periods, together with the rest of the student’s subjects or during the add/drop period in February (if there are still empty places).
In order to enrol for placements on the Master in Advocacy, students must fulfil all the necessary requirements to enrol in a compulsory master's degree subject.
Enrolment for placements for the Master in Advocacy will have to be formalised in the established enrolment periods for this master's degree, together with other subjects.
Master in Advocacy:
Even if the student has contacted a company previously, all places will have to be processed through the internship platform and the student will not be able to start their placement until the education cooperation agreement has been signed and the student has completed enrolment. Persons interested in completing internships in companies will have to refer to requests for applications published by the Faculty of Law.
Once placements have been agreed, the formalities to finalise the individual educational cooperation agreement and training project are begun.
1. The student contacts their tutor within the company and their academic tutor to specify the details of the placement assigned. If any information changes with respect to the information published in the proposal (e.g. placement start and end dates), the student must inform us by e-mail at email@example.com
2. Should the student receive any financial grants:
3. Through the student, the centre will give the company: the educational cooperation agreement (three copies), the educational project (three copies) and the placement appraisal report (one copy). The student returns the documentation signed by the company to the centre.
4. Students are covered by school insurance , except for those over the age of 28, who will have to take out a supplementary insurance police when they enrol on their course.
5. School insurance only covers Spain. When travelling abroad, students must take out a voluntary travel policy and a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC - providing health care in countries in the European Community), or an E-AND-4 if travelling to Andorra.
Please note that placements cannot be carried out if the Educational Cooperation Agreement has not been signed and the student has not enrolled.
6. Writing the student’s placement report and handing it in to the teaching institution. This document must include a brief summary of the activities carried out and the results obtained. Likewise, it must also include the signature of the tutor at the company. The Faculty of Law will provide the student with report guidelines.
7. The company or institution sends the appraisal report to the centre.
8. The tutor at the University of Girona evaluates and grades the subject.
9. The student will be assessed with a number for external curricular placements and with pass/fail for extracurricular placements.
10. With the aim of continually improving the company or institution's placement offer, the Faculty of Law will prepare an internal follow-up report on the placement in which they ask the student to complete a questionnaire about the tasks and conditions under which they completed their placement.
Students should be familiar with and fulfil the established work plan, following the instructions given by their tutor in the partner company, entity or public or private institution, under the supervision of their university tutor.
A numerical score will be given (between 1 and 10) and the following will be assessed: