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Master's Degree in Social Intervention with Individuals, Families and Groups

Learn how to intervene effectively to improve the problems of people and groups in situations of vulnerability or social unprotection. Receive the necessary research training to address social problems and to be able to access, upon completion of the Master's Degree, the Doctorate studies.


Master’s degree in line with the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

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Why study the Master's Degree in Social Intervention with Individuals, Families and Groups?

  • You will acquire the skills to critically analyze social policies, to know in depth the administration and management of social services, to intervene effectively in the community for its development, to faithfully evaluate social services and to provide social care to people in a comprehensive manneral. 
  • The Master has a double orientation:
    • Professional (theoretical-practical and applied training): which will allow you to specialize in Social Work, Social Services and intervention with families, children and adolescents. You will also be able to acquire specialized training in Gender.
    • Research (complementary to the previous one): focused on tackling various social problems, as well as on designing intervention projects.
  • Both orientations, especially the second one, facilitate access to doctoral/third cycle studies.

You can do this master's degree with:

Training in competencies


From which degrees can I access the Master’s Degree in Social Intervention with Individuals, Families and Groups?

  • Diploma/Graduate in Social Work
  • Diploma/License/Graduate in related sciences, such as the degrees in Social, Human, Legal and Health Sciences

What will I be able to work in when I finish the Master's Degree in Social Intervention with Individuals, Families and Groups?

  • In the field of social intervention or social services, preferably in third sector entities.
  • You will be able to access positions of responsibility and management of social programs.
  • If you choose to specialize in intervention with families, you will have the necessary tools to offer families, children and adolescents social counseling, mediation, prevention and protection.
  • If you choose to specialize in Gender, you will incorporate methodological elements of the gender perspective into your professional practice and you will get to know the figure of an equality agent.
  • You will be able to continue your doctoral studies (for example, by continuing your research training within the Inter-University Doctoral Program in Social Work).

Learning outcomes / Competencies

Consult the learning outcomes (study programme 7302)

Consult the competencies (study programme 7301)

Access and admission

Access requirements

To be admitted to the official Master's Degree courses, students must hold an official university degree issued by a higher education institution in the European Higher Education Area or in other countries which entitles them to access Master's degree courses in the country issuing the degree.

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Specific criteria for the Master's degree

The Master's Degree Academic Committee is ultimately responsible for determining admission. The following criteria will be taken into account:

  • Academic record: 4 points
  • Related work experience: 2 points
  • Other work experience: 1 point
  • Other academic qualifications: 1 point
  • Foreign languages: 1 point
  • Others: 1 point

In the pre-registration it is necessary to attach the photocopies of the alleged merits.

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