Your tutor is your first person of contact for all academic matters

Every student accepted to the program will be assigned a tutor. You should contact your tutor as soon as you decide to register, since they need to advise you and recommend the courses better tailored to your interests and background. Your tutor is also your first person of contact for all academic matters and advice. 

You should meet in person/online with your tutor at least once every semester, usually at the beginning and at the end (or, in the second semester, as soon as you start working on your Final Master's Thesis-TFM).

If you have a problem, a request or a complaint, your tutor will be your first contact person. You can also contact the program coordinator. The Faculty of Philosophy has also a virtual mailbox were you can send suggestions, comments and complaints.

Please remember that the best way to report your level of satisfaction, and make suggestions for improvement, is by filling the survey for each course (you can fill the survey in November/April).

Every year there will be a welcome meeting where you will meet other students and faculty. Important information will be delivered at that meeting. The Annual Workshop, which is usually held towards the end of the academic year, has a section where

Tutoring Committee
  • M. Carme Colominas (Linguistics - UPF)
  • Wendy Elvira-García (Linguistics - UB)
  • Sergi Balari (Linguistics - UAB) 
  • Natalia Català (Linguistics - URV)
  • Laura Bosch (Psychology - UB)
  • Juan Manuel Toro (Psychology - UPF)
  • Josep Demestre (Psychology - URV)
  • David Pineda (Philosophy - UdG) 
  • José A. Díez Calzada (Philosophy - UB)