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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.

Reasons for studying the master's degree

Casal, J.; Estivill, J.; Clemente, M. (2013). La inserció laboral dels estudiants del MIJS. Trajectòries d’èxit o cursa d’obstacles?

The study covers the results of the first three courses between 2008 and 2011 and the desire to understand the employment status of students completing these studies and, in particular, the potential impact on their careers.

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Merino, R.; Sant, M.; Adell, J. (2017). Trajectòries formatives i laborals de l’alumnat del màster interuniversitari en Joventut i Societat 2008-2017.

The study seeks to analyse the training and employment histories of students enrolled on the master's degree, from prior to their enrolment to training and employment actions performed once they finished the 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.

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