Students of the joint BMA + Computer Engineering degree produce two final projects – one in the area of business management and the other in the computer engineering field. In order to register for the respective Final Degree Project, students must have passed, or at least enrolled in all the basic and obligatory subjects in that degree’s curriculum.
The projects are used to assess students’ acquisition of the skills taught on the course. The BMA is to be completed during the second term of the 5th year and the Computer Engineering project during the fist tem of the 6th year (students participating in mobility programmes) or during the first (BMA) and second term (Computer Engineering) of the 5th year (for those students who do not participate in the international mobility programmes).
Stages of the Final Project
|1. Project Plan (which should be detailed in the draft project) |
2. Project development - students will be supported during this stage by tutorial supervision
3. Presentation of the project
4. Oral defence of the project
The overall objective of the project is to enable students to address and realise - preferably as a team in the case of the BMA project, and individually in the case of the computer engineering one - - in a given time and under the supervision of a tutor, a project related to one of the following categories:
|Project for the creation of a new business|
|Developing a business plan for a business idea proposed by students or, alternatively, by a group of external entrepreneurs.|
|Country Study Project|
|An in-depth analysis of the business opportunities that a particular country can provide for enterprises in our regional community.|
|Development of an in-depth study on topics specifically related to the main areas of competences of the BMA degree that are highly topical and relevant, and of proven practical applicability.|
Computer Engineering Project
|Computer Engineering Project|
|Draft project - of a professional nature - together with its feasibility and design and/or development study, of a product or process related to the field of information and communication technology that synthesises all the skills acquired during the degree.|