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Scholar Year: 2021/2022 - 2S

Code: PA21    Acronym: EST
Scientific Fields: Áudio-Visuais e Produção dos Media
Section/Department: Arts


Acronym N. of students Study Plan Curricular year ECTS Contact hours Total Time
TSPPA 21 30,0 810,0

Teaching weeks: 15


Pedro Miguel Rebelo FelícioHead

Weekly workload

Hours/week T TP P PL L TC E OT OT/PL TPL O S
Type of classes


Type Teacher Classes Hours
Contact hours Totals 1 5,06
Nuno de Oliveira   2,64
Pedro Felício   6,66

Teaching language


Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)

Learning objectives:
With this curricular unit it is intended that students exercise in a real environment the learning given in the classroom.
Sensitize students to the importance of industrial relations, demonstrating their skills, knowledge and attitudes.
During the internship, students must demonstrate comprehensive and specialized knowledge of the market and work processes in the area of audiovisual production.
- Know the historical evolution of the audiovisual process
- Apply the knowledge acquired in class to suit the internship location
- Demonstrate relationship and integration skills in multidisciplinary teams
- Demonstrate critical sense in solving audiovisual communication problems
- Demonstrate initiative and responsibility


Sustained knowledge about the origins and evolution of different audiovisual media.
Practical demonstration of knowledge of the different components and equipment related to the audiovisual universe.
Optimize and safely apply audiovisual media in online and offline dissemination and diffusion.
Apply appropriate techniques and technologies in different audiovisual productions.
Comprehensive and specialized knowledge of methodology and project development.

Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes

Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC's learning objectives:
Articulation of the syllabus with the objectives of the course
To achieve the first objective, the historical evolution of audiovisual processes and their most significant inventors is articulated.
In the second objective, demonstrate the different functions and articulations of the essential components of the different audiovisual media.
The third objective deals with issues related to the composition of still or moving images, stylistic currents and problems related to creativity and originality.
In the fourth objective, it is proposed that students demonstrate clear skills to work in a multidisciplinary team in an organized and responsible manner.

Teaching methodologies

Teaching methodologies:
This Course Unit, which is preferably developed in real workplaces, can also be developed in the elearning process.
Students must be able to integrate easily with different work teams, regardless of the objectives and supports to be used.
The attitudes, creativity and knowledge displayed by the students will be fundamental to the success of the internship.
The companies or institutions supported by the Supervisor, will design an internship plan for each student and accompany the interns during all phases of the process.

Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes

Demonstration of the coherence of teaching methodologies with the objectives
UC learning process:
Articulation of teaching methodologies with the learning objectives of the course.
It is essential that each student thoroughly study their knowledge of the selected internship location.
The integration of the student in the team, knowledge of working methods, as well as equipment, procedures and installed languages, must be a constant concern.
Students' attitudes regarding posture, knowing how to be and knowing how to be, the ability to integrate interdisciplinarly, associated with proactive and responsible attitudes will be valuable elements.
The figure of the Supervisor who, together with the supervisor, will design the student's internship plan will monitor the integration and development of the intern closely.

Assessment methodologies and evidences

Methodology and evaluation tests:
The elements under evaluation are related to the objectives of the Course Unit and must demonstrate the skills that students acquired or revealed during the internship, namely with regard to knowledge; Skills and attitudes.
The assessment that the supervisor will make of each trainee (in the form provided) will be accompanied by the evaluation of the report and the presentation that the jury designated for the purpose assigns to it.

Attendance system

Attendance regime:
Students must comply with the number of hours enrolled (810 h) unless justified according to the regulations.


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General Rules for Writing Internship Reports at IPS - available at


1. Standard situations and intervention axes a) The students who started the internship and whose host entities made it possible for them to continue through teleworking, configure situations in which there is no place for exceptional measures.

b) Students who have seen their internship suspended / not started and do not intend to apply for Bachelor's degrees in 2020/2021:

i. They will be able to start / conclude the internship with the collaboration of the Course Coordinator and the Internship Advisor in order to assess whether the host entities maintain their interest and ensure the proper conditions for the student to return / perform the internship. Given the exceptional situation, they can finish the process by the end of February 2021;

ii. In case the entities are no longer interested in the return / start, other available entities must be found;

iii. If the host organization does not meet the necessary safety conditions, in good time, students can replace the internship with work as defined in Point 3 a).

c) Students who have seen their internship suspended / not started and intend to apply for degrees in 2020/2021:

As an alternative to the face-to-face internship, in conjunction with the Course Coordinator and the Internship Advisor, in order to allow the completion of the course within the deadlines for applying to Bachelor's degrees, it is possible to:

a) Carrying out a job (intervention project, monograph, procedures, among others), if possible with the participation of the host entities, requiring a level of effort equivalent to the remainder of the internship period;

b) Work proposals are identified for interns to develop at home (not in teleworking, but through work on a topic of particular interest to the entity);

c) Consider, with a complementary character, participation in seminars of a general or technical nature. The student must register, in a specific document, the hours dedicated to that work.

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