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This practical master’s degree focuses on training experts from different fields to intervene in a coordinated and multidisciplinary manner. The aim is to equip them with the competences needed to design, plan, manage, perform and evaluate welfare, psychosocial, educational, social, health care and/or legal interventions from a holistic perspective, which have a bearing on the numerous factors that affect the needs of women and their environment.
The master's degree offers 150 hours in the field of equality required to apply for Equality Technical Staff positions in the Basque Public Administration
Job opportunities in private associations and entities, particularly those related to direct attention provided by Social Services, and in public institutions and equality areas.
Grants offered by Emakundo to do the master's degree.
Intervention in Cases of Violence Against Women
1 year - 60 ECTS
Admission process closed
The aim of the master’s degree is to contribute to the achievement of a society free of violence against women by training professionals who reco...
in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Psychopedagogy, Pedagogy, Social Education, Law, Criminology, Anthropology, Medicine, Nursing…including professionals looking for solid knowledge or who need to update their professional field.
with the construction of an egalitarian society free of violence against women
in intervention in violence against women from a holistic and interdisciplinary perspective
This master's degree has strengthened me and allowed me to better understand and manage gender-based violence in my country, where it is part of everyday life. It is an opportunity to help my fellow citizens
It has provided me with valuable psychosocial knowledge that has complemented my legal studies and has made me reflect on the situations we women face globally
The Master’s degree has transformed the way I see myself, my relationships and the world. It has also given me the opportunity to access a PhD to do research on what I am passionate about.
The Master's degree gave me the opportunity to participate in the Basque Health System to form and train a group of professionals for intervention in gender violence in the Basque Country
I decided to study this Master's degree because I was looking for specialised and broad training to work in intervention with victims of gender-based violence
Regardless of the geographical area you come from, the University of Deusto has designed a process that you can complete 100% online.
Before starting the admission process, you can contact both the master’s degree office and the university's guidance service to ask any queries you may have about our master's degree.
The application process is 100% online. You can sign in to our Virtual Office and see the status of your application at any time.
The master’s programme director will assess your application, taking into account the entry profile and the admission criteria for the master's degree
You will be able to check the status of your application and its resolution at any time in ourvirtual office
As there is a limited number of places in each Master’s programme, the University of Deusto has established the “Pre-enrolment requirement” system by making a deposit as an advance payment on the official registration fee.
You will find your specific deadline to enrol at the University of Deusto in your letter of admission.