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Bachelor's Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources

Delve into the legal, organizational and economic aspects of companies and prepare to offer advice on labor issues, manage human resources, plan the prevention of occupational risks and carry out tasks of intermediation in the labor market

  • Modality: in-person
  • Language: Spanish (possibility of taking subjects in English and Basque)
  • Credits: 240 ECTS
  • Duration: 4 terms (8 semesters)
  • Spaces available: 60
  • Academic headJulen Llorens Espada
  • Center: Faculty of Law
  • Campus: Pamplona
  • More information: Open Days (video)


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

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Why study the Bachelor's Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources

  • You will train to advise companies on labor issues and to manage their human resources and the prevention of labor risks
  • You will delve into the legal, organizational and economic aspects of the company
  • You will acquire knowledge that will allow you to understand the complexity and the dynamic and interrelated nature of the workplace
  • You will be able to specialize in legal advice for companies and human resources management
  • You will address, in an integrated way, the legal, organizational, psychological, sociological, historical and economic perspectives of labor relations

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Training in competencies


Most suitable means of access

  • High School: Social Sciences and Humanities Itineraries
  • Higher Professional Training Cycles related to the degree

WE RECOMMEND: Predisposition to understand and acquire knowledge in legal, economic, organizational and business disciplines. Ability to start analyzing legal and economic texts, as well as ethical sense and interest in social welfare.

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What will I be able to work in when I finish the Bachelor's Degree in Labor Relations and Human Resources?

  • Labor legal advice in the free exercise of the profession or in business or union organizations
  • Advice on social protection
  • Direction and management of human resources
  • Prevention of occupational risks
  • Management and mediation and intervention in the labor market, as an agent of employment and local development and in planning and management of social and labor policies in collaboration with public administrations
  • Public administrations

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