There are two academic activities in which students of the Master's Degree in Education and Knowledge Management participate:
- The first is the Spring Colloquium, which will celebrate its 5th edition this year. This activity has a dual purpose: on the one hand, the formative purpose of giving students a chance to present their projects to academics who are not their professors, from whom they receive constructive feedback; and on the other hand, the intention to position knowledge management as a topic of academic discussion and university research and intervention projects. Students participate in this colloquium after they have finished the Research, Development and Innovation II (RDI II) course, and they present their intervention project advances to external readers and experts who give them feedback and discuss their progress with RDI IV students, who also serve as readers and commentators.
- The second activity features the participation of students who are taking or have finished the RDI IV course, who present their projects at the Education Symposium. Every year since the 19th Symposium up to this year's 22nd edition, which will take place from May 20 to May 22, 2015, students have presented different aspects of their intervention projects, either in a colloquium activity, a case analysis, or a lecture. Some students have also participated as workshop facilitators.