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Bachelor's Degree in Social Work

Become a capable professional who works for the protection of people, for the inclusion of socially excluded, vulnerable and at risk groups in order to contribute to their well-being, solve problems that arise in human relations and collaborate in the improvement of social policies.


Degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Bachelor's Degree in Social Work

  • You will be able to work with other professionals in the social integration of individuals, families, groups and communities and in the improvement of their quality of life and well-being.
  • You will have the possibility to participate in international mobility programs and to study a semester or an academic year in another country.
  • You will be able to address the inequalities and injustices that exist in society and to evaluate and promote social policies, services and initiatives.
  • You will do 500 hours of practice in both generalist and specialized services.

You can do this degree with:


Training in competencies


Most suitable means of access

  • High school:
    • Humanities and Social Sciences Mode
    • Science Modality
  • Higher Professional Training Cycles related to the degree

WE RECOMMEND: To have a special interest in discovering, understanding and intervening in social problems.

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What will I be able to work in when I finish my Bachelor's Degree in Social Work?

  • General social services: primary care social work units in social services, social emergency services, management of social care programs.
  • Childhood and family: childhood, youth and family, socio-educational intervention teams, day centers, supervised flats, shelters, family placement programs, meeting point units, national and international adoption programs and entities.
  • Elderly people: day centers, residences, supervised apartments, community housing, social animation programs for the elderly, assessment teams. 
  • Social exclusion: shelters for transients, care and guidance services for immigrants, care programs for prisoners and ex-prisoners, addictions, social aid programs.
  • Disability: rehabilitation centers, disability assessment teams, day centers, occupational workshops, associations of those affected, sheltered employment centers, tutorial institutes and foundations, socio-cultural animation programs.
  • Housing: protected and social (allocation of housing, mediation in cases of eviction or neighborhood conflicts).
  • Employment: employment promotion programs, social and labor insertion services.
  • Community development: programs to promote self-help associations and NGOs, development of community projects
  • Business activity, free exercise of the profession: social advice and management of personal services, social mediation, direction and management of social projects, supervision of professionals, human resources.

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