The aim of this study was to understand how university graduates with a hearing impairment in Spain perceived their studies. The method used was quantitative-qualitative and descriptive. The participating sample consisted of 84 Spanish university graduates with a hearing impairment. The results allow us to confirm that: university graduates with a hearing impairment, in general, are not provided with appropriate/sufficient support at university to develop their professional competence; these graduates believe that employers consider good command of professional competences to be pivotal; professionalizing practices during university studies are an opportunity for the employment of graduates with hear impairment; finally, it is highlighted that university lecturers lack knowledge of the needs and difficulties of students with hearing impairment.
|Títol traduït de la contribució||Analysis of undergraduate training given to students with hearing impairment in their acquisition of professional competences|
|Nombre de pàgines||20|
|Estat de la publicació||Publicada - 2015|