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Social Work is a profession that promotes improved social conditions, affecting both the individual and community development.

A social worker is the professional who facilitates personal and social changes through prevention, care, management, counselling, mediation, social support and dynamism, with the aim of improving the quality of life of individuals and groups.

This profession is also present in the formulation of social welfare policies.

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Suggested profile for newly enrolled students

The practice of Social Work involves maintaining constant personal relationships in different spheres and levels.

Therefore, it is desirable that its students have an entry profile that includes the ability to communicate, to engage in social contact and interaction with people, to work in a team, and above all, to accept the complexity and diversity of interpersonal relationships and to take on the commitments inherent in social issues.

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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 professional career opportunities listed below:

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

This degree gives access to undergraduate and postgraduate studies in: Social Services, Health, Education, Justice, Tertiary Sector,…Business.

Academic opportunities. Relation with other studies

Professional opportunities

Social workers carry out their professional activity in various professional areas and in international organizations, public administrations, universities, private enterprise (as an employee or freelance) and in the framework of the Tertiary Sector (associations, foundations, federations and other social organizations).

Once students have officially obtained the degree, they may work professionally as Social Workers.

Professional opportunities


  • Report of the "Undergraduate Degree in Social Work (Curriculum 2010)".Current report (latest version): 15 July 2016.
  • Validation report of the "Undergraduate Degree in Social Work (Curriculum 2010)".Latest validation report: 15 January 2015.
  • P7.- Material Resources and Services.Availability and Suitability of Material Resources and Services.


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