The format of the TFM must follow some basic rules, in order to homogenize the presentation of the written works as much as possible, so please follow these instructions:

1. Cover: It will be standard, and must be completed by students according to the model provided to them.

2. Body of letters of the main text: Times New Roman 12.

3. Body of letters of citations: Times New Roman 11.

4. Body of letters of footnotes and Bibliographies: Times New Roman 10.

5. Citation and bibliography system: The traditional or 7th. ed. APA mode can be used:

a. Steiner, George, After Babel. London, Oxford University Press, 1975.

b. Steiner, George (1975). After Babel. London, Oxford University Press.

6. Line spacing:

a. Main text; 2 spacing.

b. Citations, Bibliography and footnotes: single spacing.

7. Annexes:

If there are any, they are outside the pagination of the work (or with their own pagination) and do not count as part of the length required for the TFM (which is 30-40 pages in the case of the TFM of 15 ECTS; and 20- 25 pages, in the case of the TFM of 10 ECTS). Annexes cannot exceed, in any case, a maximum length that is set at 15 pages for the TFM of 15 ECTS and 10 pages for the TFM of 10 ECTS.

Those students whose TFM (exclusively in cases of TFM of 10 ECTS) consists of the translation of a text, must proceed as follows:

a. The text resulting from your translation work may be presented in the body of the work.

b. It must be a text that does not exceed 60% of the total length of the TFM (a text that has a maximum of between 12 and 15 pages), and you must reserve the rest of the space of the TFM (between 8 and 10 pages) to write your considerations. about the translation work carried out, materials used or consulted, difficulties, supporting bibliography, etc.

c. The original text will be the only material that can be included in the Annex of the TFM.