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Tutoring students

The EETAC has had a tutorial action plan since its inception, which has two main objectives:

  • Offer information and personalized guidance to students to facilitate their adaptation to the University and to guide them throughout their university stage.
  • Boost student performance and satisfaction with both the studies and the EETAC while pinpointing areas for their improvement.

Three types of tutorship have been established.

1. Tutor of students in the initial stage

Main functions:

    • To facilitate the integration of students into the School and guide them in their training process.
    • To advise students on enrolment, taking into account their academic performance and the academic regulations
    • Proactively identify underperforming students at risk of expulsion to offer tailored support.

2. Tutor of second, third and fourth year bachelor’s degree students

Main functions:

    • To provide academic guidance in general.
    • To advise students on enrolment, taking into account their academic performance and the academic regulations.
    • Identify underperforming students (based on alpha parameter) and provide personalized interventions.
    • To supervise work placements.

3. Tutor of master's students

Main functions:

    • To provide academic guidance in general.
    • To supervise work placements.
    • To provide guidance on doctoral studies.

On the first day of class in the welcome session, students are told where they can find out who their tutor is and how to contact them from the SIA - Netarea.

The tutors have detailed information on the students that they supervise and documents with guidelines on tutoring and vital information on academic regulations relating to academic management (SIA - Netflip).

For first-year students in initial phase tutoring, we identify those at risk of being expelled. This allows us to offer personalized support tailored to their unique needs and increase their chances of success.