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Interuniversity Master's Degree in Youth and Society

Training and employment histories

To date, the Board of the IMYS Master's Degree has completed two studies to analyse the impact of this training.

Casal, J.; Estivill, J.; Clemente, M. (2013). Job placements for Master in Youth and Society (MIJS) students. Trajectòries d’èxit o cursa d’obstacles? The study covers the results of the first three year classes, 2008-2011, and is aimed at finding out the situation of job placements of students with degrees in these studies and, in more specifically, the potential impact on their careers. Document access

Merino, R.; Sant, M.; Adell, J. (2017). Training and employment histories of Joint Master in Youth and Society (MIJS) students 2008-2017. The scope of the study is to analyse the training and employment histories of students enrolled on the master's degree, from the preliminary stage (access) to the training and employment initiatives they have carried out since finishing their master's degree. The study encompassed the nine courses completed since the master's degree was first imparted in 2008-2009 through to 2016-2017. Document access

Villodre, N; Soler, P. (2021).  Training and professional careers of MIJS students 2017-2021. This work is a study of graduates in 2017-18 and 2020-21. First, we carry out an analysis of the data provided in the enrolment: average age, where they lived while they were doing the master’s and the area they are from, which degree they had completed to access the master’s and the university they did it at, other previous qualifications, experience in the field of youth and the academic situation before doing the master’s. In a second part, the study continues with the information obtained via a questionnaire where we ask the reason for doing the master’s, their employment situation before and after doing the master’s, their level of satisfaction with the work and with the master’s, and the impact and skills acquired through the master. Document access

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