Presentation

The Bachelor's Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources aims to train people capable of actively learning about and analysing the world of employment, work and human resources from a wide variety of approaches: business, economic, legal, sociological and psychological.

Thus, both in terms of its content and for its methodology, this degree will provide the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to practise in various professional fields, such as the direction and management of labour relations, consultancy and advisory work, the management of human resources, the design and management of employment and labour integration policies, vocational guidance, and labour market brokering.

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General data

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Spanish French English
Spanish French English
Spanish French English

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Objectives and Competencies

Objectives and Competencies

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Professional and Academic opportunities

Upon completing these studies, graduates will have the academic and employment opportunities listed below:

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

Together with degrees that have linked content to this Bachelor's Degree (both in terms of business activity and the world of Law), the degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources will allow access to others.

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Professional opportunities

The main professional opportunities to which this degree can lead are 1) social work, 2) human resources direction and management, 3) labour market management, mediation and intervention: employment and local development agents, 4) prevention of occupational risks, 5) public administrations, 6) social-labour auditing and 7) education.

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Professional qualification

Of the employment opportunities to which these studies can lead, only the Social Graduate profession is regulated, with the Bachelor's Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources recognised as a qualification that is official in character and valid across the nation.

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Report

  • Report of the "Undergraduate Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources (Curriculum 2010)". Current report (latest version): 19 December 2016.
  • Validation Report of the "Undergraduate Degree in Labour Relations and Human Resources (Curriculum 2010)". Latest validation report: 17 October 2012.
  • P7.- Material Resources and Services.Availability and Suitability of Material Resources and Services.
    (19/12/2016)

Publication

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Information of Interest

  • Guide