General information

Subject type: Mandatory

Coordinator: Jorge Oter Gonzalez

Trimester: First term

Credits: 4

Teaching staff: 

Aina Fernández Aragonés
Joan Jordi Miralles Broto 
Jordi Codó Martínez 
Jorge Oter Gonzalez 
Xavier Roldan Blanco 

Teaching languages

  • Catalan
  • Spanish

The language of instruction will be Catalan. 


Specific skills
  • E15_Size and manage human, technical and economic resources necessary for the development of an audiovisual or multimedia project optimizing time, costs and quality

  • E19_Creation, administration and management of audiovisual companies in their industrial structure of production, distribution and exhibition


Subject that prepares and advances the realization of the work of end of degree, building, in class and of progressive way, the different competitions, guidelines and points that build the TFG, and confecing, at the end of the term, a preliminary project that will establish the general lines and preliminaries of the final degree project. From the introduction and justification of the idea or subject, objectives, the previous study and the analysis of referents, the study and application of the theoretical frame, organization and management of the methodological tools, happening through the global conception, until the economic and temporary viability of the project, and the legality in which it will be framed.



  1. Previous study Research on communication.
  2. Introduction and objectives. The treatment of diversity.
  3. References and status of the issue.
  4. Theoretical framework. Academic writing and citation.
  5. Methodology.
  6. Analysis, results and conclusions.
  7. Feasibility study and legal aspects.

Evaluation system

Activities 1 and 3 - Exhibitions and presentations in class (assessment method "Participation in the activities proposed in the classroom")

-Introduction and objectives of the project: 10%
-Previous study: analysis of references and background: 10%
-Theoretical framework and methodology: 10%
-Global conception / development of the subject: 10%
Other activities in class - 10%


Activity 4 - Preparation and delivery of the Final Project (TF)

 Writing and delivery of the complete project on the chosen topic: 50% of the final grade.



-It is essential to obtain a 5 out of 10 as a minimum grade in Activity 4 (the preliminary project of the TFG). Any work that does not reach 5 will not be averaged with the rest of the grades, will be considered not suitable and will mean the immediate suspension of the subject. This minimum mark regulation is also applicable to the retake call for the subject.
-Spelling and writing will be taken into account in the correction of the project. Poor wording and / or misspellings will result in significant penalties in the assessment.
- A 0 in any of the sections of the rubric (that is, a section not done) implies an automatic suspension of the preliminary project and therefore of the subject.
-If plagiarism is detected in any of the exercises or in Activity 4, the subject will automatically be suspended and the Final Project will be considered unfit. The identification of plagiarism is considered a serious circumstance that may lead to a failing grade subject In case of detection of plagiarism, the coordination of the degree will be informed so that the corresponding disciplinary measures can be taken.


Recovery of the subject:

If the subject is suspended (due to an average lower than 5 or due to a suspension in the preliminary project) it can be recovered by resubmitting the preliminary project, in the established period, to raise the grade. 


Students repeating the subject

In the case of students who repeat the subject, two cases are considered:

- Students who repeat the subject having passed the TFG: they are exempt from doing the practicals and the final grade of the subject will correspond to the grade of the TFG.
- Students who repeat the subject and do not have the TFG approved (have not submitted it or have failed): they are not exempt from doing the internship. They must repeat both the practices and the delivery of the preliminary project and the other possible deliveries.




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Lluch, Gemma; Nicolás, Miquel (2015). Academic writing. Planning, documentation, citation, writing and models. UOC Publishing. 

Hernandez, Roberto; Fernández, Carlos; Baptista, Pilar (2014). Research methodologies. McGraw Hill.