The Experience Campus
This is an academic development project with the same demands as university, with personalised monitoring by professors, and an individual and group assignment outside the classroom.
The Campus promotes interest in new areas of knowledge and provides participants with the tools to assume the responsibility of new tasks, through continuous learning and social relationships. In short, by keeping active and improving quality of life.
Classes from different areas of knowledge are taught: history, art, philosophy, literature, science, technology, law, economy, sociology and psychology, which will allow for a deeper study of our current culture, science and society.
There will also be optional courses covering language learning, new technologies, social networks, music and theatre, among others.
This is a preview of the first year of the Experience Campus. It includes two courses, one theoretical and practical, and another eminently practical, aimed at introducing students to the Campus’ specific methodology. Those who have followed the Introductory Module will have priority when being admitted to the Experience Campus’ activities, which will begin in September 2019.
A participatory dynamic, which requires independent work or group work beyond the on-site sessions.
Each subject will be awarded two credits which will be divided between on-site classes and individual or group work.
Evaluation: Pass or fail. 80% attendance is required as well as coursework. There are no exams.
Once you have completed the Introductory Module you will be awarded a certificate.