Curricular internships

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These are the training activities that will allow the student to apply the knowledge acquired in their academic training, preparing them to carry out professional activities and facilitating their incorporation into the labour market.

The possibility of curricular internships in the degrees reinforces the University’s commitment to the future postgraduate students’ employability, enriching the training of the master’s students in an environment that will provide them (and those responsible for their training) with a deeper understanding of the competencies they will need in the future.

In Research-oriented masters, internships are not necessary, but it is in those masters that have a professional-oriented profile.

This degree does not include curricular internships in its curriculum.

The Curriculum may include special prerequisites for enrolling in or justifying the internships.

See 'Curriculum > Prerequisites and Corequisites'.

Management process


Assessment process

Insurance

Insurance information for students under 28 years of age, over 28 years of age, and mobility students.

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Sexual Offences Certificate to work with minors

All Master's students doing their Curricular Internships in centres where there is contact with minors must submit this certificate to the centre involved.

If you DID NOT AUTHORIZE the University of Almeria to send your certificate to the appropriate centre when you enrolled, you must provide it.

You can obtain this certificate from the Ministry of Justice's e-administration platform.

Access to the procedure at the Ministry of Justice

Information of Interest

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