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Social Education

The bachelor’s degree

Career opportunities

Graduates in Social Education work in the public and private sectors, in diverse socio-community environments.

The four broad professional fields in which social educators work:
 

ambitos profesionales educacion social
Social Services Labour Market Insertion
- Social exclusion
- Justice and penitentiary system
- Socio-educational outreach intervention teams
- Day care centres and shelters
- Mediation programmes
- Emergency centres, residences and flats
- Career guidance and labour market insertion
- Intermediation services
- Job training programmes
- Job insertion agencies and disability employment centres
They work mainly with: They work mainly with:
- Children and young people in risk and conflict situations
- The homeless
- Addicts
- People deprived of their freedom
- Abuse prevention groups
- Dependents
- The long-term unemployedPersons with disabilities
- Immigrants
- Young people in risk situations with a history of failure
Leisure, Culture and Community Development Citizenship
- Leisure education and therapeutic leisure programmes
- Development and management of community projects
- Intergenerational programmes
- Cultural centres and museums
- Active ageing programmes
- Lifelong learning for adults
- Associations and participation
- Values and human rights-based educationIntercultural educationSchools
- Community centres
They work mainly with:  They work mainly with:
- Women
- Children and young people
- Adults
- The elderly
- Immigrants
- Children and young people
- Women
- Persons with disabilities
- Educators and community agents

Labour market insertion

87.5% of the 2010 University of Deusto graduates in Social Education were employed as of December 2013 according to information provided by Lanbide ( Basque Employment Service) and the Basque Government Department of Employment and Social Affairs.

The latest report indicates a 5% increase in comparison to the previous figure of 82.4%, (released in December 2011).

The bachelor’s degree

Career opportunities

Graduates in Social Education work in the public and private sectors, in diverse socio-community environments.

The four broad professional fields in which social educators work:
 

ambitos profesionales educacion social
Social Services Labour Market Insertion
- Social exclusion
- Justice and penitentiary system
- Socio-educational outreach intervention teams
- Day care centres and shelters
- Mediation programmes
- Emergency centres, residences and flats
- Career guidance and labour market insertion
- Intermediation services
- Job training programmes
- Job insertion agencies and disability employment centres
They work mainly with: They work mainly with:
- Children and young people in risk and conflict situations
- The homeless
- Addicts
- People deprived of their freedom
- Abuse prevention groups
- Dependents
- The long-term unemployedPersons with disabilities
- Immigrants
- Young people in risk situations with a history of failure
Leisure, Culture and Community Development Citizenship
- Leisure education and therapeutic leisure programmes
- Development and management of community projects
- Intergenerational programmes
- Cultural centres and museums
- Active ageing programmes
- Lifelong learning for adults
- Associations and participation
- Values and human rights-based educationIntercultural educationSchools
- Community centres
They work mainly with:  They work mainly with:
- Women
- Children and young people
- Adults
- The elderly
- Immigrants
- Children and young people
- Women
- Persons with disabilities
- Educators and community agents

Labour market insertion

87.5% of the 2010 University of Deusto graduates in Social Education were employed as of December 2013 according to information provided by Lanbide ( Basque Employment Service) and the Basque Government Department of Employment and Social Affairs.

The latest report indicates a 5% increase in comparison to the previous figure of 82.4%, (released in December 2011).