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Faculty of Human, Social and Educational Sciences



  1. Decide your TFG topic with a Faculty professor, or several of them, if it is a jointly supervised project (up to 30 September)
    • Contact a Faculty professor (or several, if it is a jointly supervised project).
    • If the professor agrees, the “Solicitud TFE concertado (Application arranged TFE)” (go to Impresos (Forms) section) will be filled in. It has been designed by the Faculty so the agreement is registered (it will be sent by e-mail to
      In this case, students must participate in the assignment process and will only choose the topic agreed on. Failure to do so will entail renunciation to the agreement. Students then may choose a different topic among the ones that have not been chosen after the assignment process.
    • Deadline to reach agreements is 30 September
    • IMPORTANT: TFG agreement in a Degree by a professor who has not previously offered projects in said degree through ordinary channels is not allowed. A professor may not reject a TFG assigned through ordinary process to take on the supervision of a TFG arranged with the student.
  2. Choose a topic and supervisor from the list (before 9 October)
    • Through MiAulario: you will receive a mail including the publication dates and topics and tutors offered
    • You must then fill in this form before 9 October. Order it according to your preferences. IMPORTANT: check the tutorial
      IMPORTANT: check the tutorial
    • On 14 September we will publish the assignments of projects that will be carried out, by means of an algorithm which takes the students’ preferences into account, following the academic record order.
    • Publication assignments: between 18 and 20 October.
    • In the case you have not taken part in the assignment:
      • you will receive a call to attend a meeting in which you will have to choose among topics/professors who are still available.
      • On 25 October this assignment will be published.
      • Appointment of a peer in the case I cannot attend in person to the TFG choice.

Contact your supervisor to begin your TFG when you know the assignment. The teaching staff may also contact you directly.
The professor supervisor:

  • will establish the guidelines for the TFG
  • will guide you through it on matters related with the structure of the topic to be developed, perspective or approach
  • will make sure that the objectives set at the beginning are met in the planned time
  • and will issue a final report on the tutored TFG, which states the suggested mark based on the assessment criteria. (see section how TFGs are assessed)

TFG focus, structure and format

  • Focus and format
  • Degree in Early Childhood Education: pdf template in Spanish and Basque
  • Degree in Primary Education: pdf template in Spanish and Basque
  • Degree in Applied Sociology: pdf template in Spanish and Basque
  • Degree in Social Work: pdf template in Spanish and Basque
  • Degree in History and Heritage: Template to be published



Application for deposit End-of-degree project (TFG)


Once the TFG has been completed, the deposit form must be submitted on the dates planned in the calendar of the call, including the authorisation of the tutor or tutors of the project.

  • Fill in the deposit form. It must include the authorisation and signature of the tutor or tutors of the project
  • Scan it
  • Send it via the  On-line Office , or send it to the Faculty of Human, Social and Educational Sciences (Los Magnolios building, Ground floor, from 9AM to 2:30PM, and from 4PM to 5:30PM)


Submission of TFG


The End-of-degree project (TFG) must be submitted electronically via MIAulario (following the instructions included in this manual) ) in "Tareas [tasks]" of the folder called:

  • Grado en Educación Infantil: XX_0_301890 1
  • Grado en Educación Infantil-Programa Internacional: XX_0_311890 81
  • Haur Hezkuntzako Irakasletzako Gradurako: XX_0_301890_91
  • Gradu Amaierako Lana - Haur Hezkuntzako Irakasletzako Graduaren Nazioarteko Programarako: XX_0_311890_81 Gradu Amaierako Lana
  • Grado en Maestro Primaria: XX_0_302890_1
  • Grado en Maestro Primaria- Programa Internacional: XX_0_312890 81
  • Lehen Hezkuntzako Irakasletzako Gradurako: XX_0_302890_91
  • Gradu Amaierako Lana - Lehen Hezkuntzako Irakasletzako Graduaren Nazioarteko Programarako: XX_0_312890_81
  • Grado en Sociología Aplicada: XX_0_303890_1 - TRABAJO
  • Grado en Trabajo Social:XX_0_304890_1

NB: "XX" stands for the reference year of the academic year

Assignment and agreement rules.

Assessment criteria may be checked in Spanish, Basque and English.   

Marks will be uploaded to MiAulario after the assessment. Two days later, the marks will be transcribed onto the official report and, in the case of students whose final subject is the TFG, they may close their record and apply for the diploma issuance.

Very High Pass with Honours

Each assessing body may propose this mark for those EFG which have been graded 9 or more. Students with a project proposed for Honours must apply for permission to defend their project before the Honours Tribunal or Tribunals in the dates indicated in the calendar. Those students who do not show before the Tribunal may be graded 9 at most.

Fraudulent means:

Plagiarism and use of non-original material (except for that explicitly authorised by the teaching staff), including the one obtained from the Internet, not indicating explicitly its origin and, if applicable, permission from its author, may be graded Fail (0,0) and be subjected to a penalty after disciplinary proceedings have been initiated.

All documents in this section are fillable PDFs which must be previously downloaded to the hard drive or similar. Handwritten documents will not be accepted (except for signatures). Digitally signed documents may also be sent.

  • Checking and using TFEs stored in the institutional archive of the Library is only authorised for non-profit-making preservation, study and research purposes.
  • The text may only be used for short quotes, always stating author and source, according to Law 23/2006, which amends the consolidated text of the Intellectual property Law.
  • Authors keep all their copyrights and, therefore, may use their work as they deem appropriate (published on commercial media, store it in other archives, etc.)

Check here End-of-Bachelor’s degree projects from previous years in the institutional archive (Academica-e)