This is an ongoing multidisciplinary course aimed at a wide range of professional profiles involved in any of the fields related to drugs and other addictions without substance from a broad range of areas involving psychological, educational, social, legal, medical aspects, among others.
This degree programme is especially designed for professionals in Psychology, Psychiatry, Medicine, Nursing, Law, Pedagogy, Teaching, Social Work, Sociology, Social Education, Anthropology, Occupational
- Therapy, etc. who are currently working or intend to work in the field of addictions.
- People with a university degree in the field of social sciences and health.
- Professionals in the social or health care field interested in broadening their knowledge.
- Management staff or resources coordinators, centres, associations or bodies working on addictions in the field of prevention, assistance, management, harm reduction, etc.
The admission criteria for graduates who wish to apply for entry to this Diploma include: basic or advanced knowledge of drugs and addictions, professional experience in drug and/or addiction resources, sensitivity to gender issues, a positive predisposition towards social problems and vulnerable groups, good interpersonal and online communication skills in both Spanish and English.
To access the Expert Diploma in Addictions and Gender, candidates must hold an official Spanish university degree, or an equivalent qualification that entitles the holder to gain admission to postgraduate studies in the country issuing the degree.
No discrimination will be made on the grounds of age, sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, origin, or any other grounds, to access postgraduate studies or other course levels, with regard to any candidates qualified to do so.
The entry requirements for students are as follows:
a) Knowledge and/or accredited professional experience in the field of addictions.
b) Knowledge and/or accredited scientific experience in the field of addictions;
c) Gender-related sensitivity and/or training /or feminist training;
d) Accredited action initiatives in the field of addictions and gender;
e) Other merits (digital skills, other languages).
A personal interview may be required to assess motivation and other professional, academic and personal aspects. The Diploma will have a committee responsible for reviewing and approving admissions, which should be agreed by the Diploma Management Team.