Bachelor's Dissertation


Imagen TFE alternativaThe Bachelor's Dissertation (in Spanish Trabajo Fin de Grado; TFG) involves the student carrying out a project, report, or study, in which they apply and develop their acquired knowledge. This will be carried out individually, under the guidance of the supervisor(s) assigned. Joint work will not be allowed.

Bachelor's dissertations must be carried out in the final stage of the curriculum and be oriented toward the assessment of competencies associated with the degree. The work will conclude with the dissertation defence, which will necessarily be public.

The conditions that need to be met to be assessed (regarding the obligation to have successfully passed the assessments provided for in the other curriculum subjects) must be reflected in the report of the corresponding degree and in the specific applicable regulations.

Bachelor's Dissertation Requirements

The Curriculum may include special conditions that need to be fulfilled in order to enrol in or defend the bachelor's dissertation.

See 'Curriculum > Prerequisites and Corequisites'.





Publication of Tutors and Lines: 4 October 2022.
Request for Tutor and Line: From 7 to 17 October 2022.
Provisional Allocation of Tutor and Line: 21 October 2022.
Appeals: From 24 to 28 October 2022.
Results: 2 November 2022.
Final allocation of Tutor and Line: 3 November 2022.

NOVEMBER 2022 Call:
-Tutor's review: 24 October 2022.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Submission: From 4 to 8 November 2022.
-Tutor's authorisation and approval: 10 and 11 November 2022.
-Undergraduate Dissertation Defence: From 16 to 18 November 2022.

JANUARY 2023 Call:
-Tutor's review: 27 January 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Submission: From 10 to 13 February 2023.
-Tutor's authorisation and approval: From 16 to 17 February 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Defence: From 22 to 24 February 2023.

MAY 2023 Call:
-Tutor's review: 2 June 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Submission: From 16 to 21 June 2023.
-Tutor's authorisation and approval: From 21 to 22 June 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Defence: 28 to 30 June 2023.

JULY 2023 Call:
-Tutor's review: 3 July 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Submission: From 7 to 11 July 2023.
-Tutor's authorisation and approval: From 12 to 13 July 2023.
-Bachelor's Dissertation Defence: From 19 to 21 July 2023.

Bachelor's Dissertation Topics and Supervisors

Students preparing their Bachelor's Dissertation should apply online for a topic and a supervisor via the Dissertation Management (Gestión de los Trabajos Fin de Estudio) application, stating an order of preference.

This request must be submitted within the time period set by the Degree Committee, which can be found in the "Calendar" section. In addition to the request for a topic and a supervisor, each Teaching Committee may require other documents to be attached to the online application.

The allocation of topics to the students for the preparation of the bachelor's dissertations will be made by taking into account the average grade of the student's record.

Topics and Supervisors of the Thesis

Request for Topic and Supervisor

The Request for Topic and Supervisor can be made at the link below. It can also be requested via the Virtual Campus, under the section “Academic Record” – “Dissertation (TFE)”:

Application for the Topic and Supervisor Procedure


The (topic/supervisor) allocations will be sent by email to the participants of the call. In addition, you can consult them on your Virtual Campus.

Dissertation Submission

The Dissertation can be submitted via the link below. It can also be submitted via the Virtual Campus, under the section “Academic Record” – “Dissertation (TFE)”:

Bachelor's Dissertation Submission Procedure

Assessment and Defence Panels

The Assessment and Defence Panels that must evaluate the submitted dissertations can be consulted via the link below. This information can also be consulted via the Virtual Campus, under the section “Academic Record” – “Dissertation (TFE)”:

The Bachelor's Dissertation Defence will be public.

Thesis Defence Panels

Bachelor's Dissertation Defence Procedure

Information of interest

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