Orientation program (academic and professional) for bachelor and master students during their stay at the School of Telecommunications Engineering.
What is orientaTE?
orientaTE is a set of opportunities offered to the students of the different degrees of the School to complement the regulated training with knowledge and tools for their professional practice:
Transversal and complementary training
Through a series of workshops, hackathons, capture-the-flag, courses or visits that add to the knowledge acquired in bachelor’s and master’s degree courses.
Orientation to the job market
Talks given by practicing professionals, many of them graduates of the School in previous years, who share their professional careers and their impressions of the labor market.
Mentoring towards the first professional steps
Senior professionals who, with their experience, act as professional mentors in the adaptation to working life of people who have completed their training.
What is it about?
orientaTE is the part of the Tutorial Action Plan (PAT- ANEAE) focused on students who are already settled in the School and who are interested in going further, seeking guidance in their technical and transversal training (soft skills), in their knowledge of the profession, or in the steps to design a work and/or academic career.
At the beginning of each course, you can register in the orientaTE program through Moovi.
The different activities will be announced throughout the academic year through Moovi, as well as through this website.
I don’t have much time, what would I commit to?
By signing up for the orientaTE program you have the opportunity that your participation in the different proposals that make up the program will bring you recognition in the form of accreditation of the activity and, in some cases, as ECTS hours that will be incorporated into your file.
Sounds good. Is it for me?
If you are studying any degree of the School of Telecommunication Engineering, this is for you.
I still don’t totally understand it. Is there any more information?
If you would like more information about the program in general or about any of its aspects, you can see this document and/or contact the Coordination of the School Tutorial Action Plan (firstname.lastname@example.org), to ask questions by e-mail or to arrange a face-to-face or virtual meeting in which we will try to clarify all your doubts.