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The Bachelor's Degree in Social Work prepares you to contribute to social welfare and the construction of a fairer, more egalitarian society.
The Social Work area and its degree at the University of Deusto have achieved excellent recognition; Ranking U-Multirank and El Mundo Ranking. They are undoubtedly the result of daily work on continuous improvement.
The promotion of social justice needs professionals trained to provide quality responses to changing problems, with comprehensive training adapted to the current context.
The degree will train you to intervene, evaluate and diagnose the social needs of people and groups suffering from situations of poverty and exclusion . You will be able to mediate, defend and transform the social contexts in which these groups live and you will be the person responsible for guiding and supporting them through direct and individualised attention.
Our aim is for you to learn by doing and the University of Deusto's own learning model goes beyond theoretical classes. Through role-plays to work on intervention and accompaniment techniques, workshops and case studies, we will train you in social skills such as listening, understanding and mediation.
San Sebastian Campus
4 years - 240 ECTS
Spanish - Basque
135 places available, undergraduate and double degree programmes, Bilbao Campus and San Sebastian Campus
Extraordinary application period: 2 May > 2 June
We are extending the deadline for degrees with places available
In this degree, vocation is crucial. Those who study it should be empathetic people, with an eagerness for social change and helping others.
My experience on the degree has taught me to look beyond my worries and understand what really matters in life.
In social contexts in mediation, aid, education and advocacy tasks.
In the design and evaluation of social policies, services and initiatives.
On the resolution of social problems.
To active citizenship and to ensure human and social rights.
To prevent social problems.
Individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities to achieve maximum autonomy.
Faith, solidarity, culture and sports activities