International Intensive Course
The 24 Teaching credits of the second year will correspond to a International Intensive Course and to the tutorial work the student must carry out during a period of three more months at the corresponding home Institution.
The intensive course is articulated into four weeks, five days a week (Monday to Friday), 8 hours per day . Saturday mornings are available for assessment of the material given during the week. The four-weeks Intensive Course is mandatory for all the students registered in the Master. The teaching is in English. This lecturing period is followed by a tutorial one, in which the students, back to their host University, must solve a series of questions and/or problems under the supervision of a local Tutor, and must carry out the laboratory work associated with the lecturing received during the Intensive Course. This tutorial period will last six weeks.
The teachers of the Intensive Course will be specialists from the different countries participating in the Master, although the participation of specialists from third countries is in no way excluded. The designated teachers will change every two years, on a rotating basis
The Intensive Course will be organized in a different country every year.
7th International Intensive Course – Perugia, Italy – September 2012
6th International Intensive Course – Valencia, Spain – September 2011
5th International Intensive Course - Porto, Portugal - July 2010
4th International Intensive Course - Groningen, The Netherlands & Leuven, Belgium - Aug/Sept 2009
3rd International Intensive Course - Toulouse, France - September 2008
2nd International Intensive Course - Madrid, Spain - September 2007
1st International Intensive Course - Perugia, Italy - September 2006