Solidarity, inclusion, human rights, education and social awareness are fundamental concepts in the Social Education field. Education is not only the acquisition of theoretical knowledge, but the non-formal education aspect is equally important, as it helps individuals to develop competences and intellectual and moral skills.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Social Education will teach students to analyse, assess and design social-educational intervention processes in different contexts, for different groups or individuals, paying special attention to the most underprivileged people or to those who are at risk of social exclusion. Students will also acquire the necessary tools to improve the lives of the people and groups who need it the most.
Additionally, in the third and fourth year, students will participate first-hand in educational projects at various centres, foundations and associations through the mandatory internships. Students will be able to choose between two minors or specialisations: Social Inclusion or Social Engagement and Community Work.
4 reasons to choose this degree.
- You will work in diverse contexts and in favour of groups who are especially vulnerable.
- Active and innovative methodologies: problem resolution, project-based learning and cooperative and dynamic learning.
- A wide range of centres and associations where the third and fourth-year internships can be completed.
- Mobility programmes with other universities in Spain, Europe, Latin America, United States, etc.
- If you are a person with a strong social awareness, with solidarity and a high dose of empathy and social skills, you are interested in cooperation and teamwork, and you believe that a better world is possible, the Bachelor’s Degree in Social Education is the best option for you.
- These fields offer a wide range of possibilities:
- Social-labour insertion: workshops, guidance and job-market insertion services, job training.
- Social services and social welfare: groups who are at risk of social exclusion, drug-addicts, seniors, disabled persons, social-educational interventions, child protection, mediation programmes, shelters.
- Culture and entertainment: ongoing training for adults, active ageing programmes, entertainment engagement, civic centres, cooperation for development, culture classrooms and museums, community intervention.