Job prospects for these Master's degree graduates include positions in public institutions, particularly attending the public in social services and equality departments. The programme comprises 150 hours of study on equality, which is required to qualify for technical staff positions in this area of the Basque public administration.
Other good job prospects are positions in private associations and institutions that assist and intervene in cases of gender violence (with women victims or with men who abuse). Tasks in this area include prevention and research, awareness-raising, courses, research and consultancy on gender equality subjects.
The Master’s programme offers a job search service, helping alumni to find job opportunities in associations or institutions, according to their profiles.