- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Lecture: Pass on knowledge and activate cognitive processes in students, encouraging their participation.
- Project-based learning: Realization of a project to solve a problem, applying acquired learning and promoting abilities related to planning, design, performing activities, and reaching conclusions.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
The grading system of the course is based of the assessment of the theoretical contents and practical activities, and it can be carried out through a system of continuous assessment or by on-site examination.
In the system of continuous assessment it will take into account the student¿s work and participation throughout the semester of teaching, so that:
a) 70% of the mark will correspond to the assessment of practical activities, of which 20% of the mark will come from the student's active participation in the development of teaching, and 50% of the production of work and practical case studies.
b) The remaining 30% will correspond to the assessment of theoretical contents, by implementing questionnaires, reports, etc. made in the classroom teaching, thereby assessing the students¿degree and acquisition process of the necessary knowledge and different skills and competencies that are required.
With regard to the on-site examination, its subject is the fight against fraud, tax harmonization in the field of the European Union and public finances of the European Union.
This on site examination will be theoretical and will include 5 questions about EU public finances and the non-residents tax system
Regarding the assessment criteria, the maximum mark will be2 points for each question taken into account the subject explained in class.