- Faculty of Law
- Bellaterra Campus
- Duration: 4 courses - 240 credits
- Places: 125
- Admission mark: 7,500
- Price per credit: 17.69 euros
- Language: Catalan (60%) and Spanish (40%).
- Learning mode: Classroom-based learning
The bachelor's degree in Labour Relations trains professionals with a wide view on the management of human resources.
- You will acquire scientific skills of disciplines ranging from the law to the sociology of labour relations, organisation of businesses, applied economics and social psychology.
- You will study the theory and practice of the socio-labour perspective with an impact on the ethical and social values of human relations as a crosscurricular axis.
- You will develop your capacity to negotiate, respect and find compromises with social groups.
These studies have a high employment index. Its work placement programme offered in the fourth year and based on collaboration agreements with UAB alumni is a complete success.
In your fourth year you will be able to choose from two specialisations, with a high degree of specialisation in each optional subject.
The bachelor's degree in Labour Relations at the UAB, a true university campus, makes it possible for lecturers from each of the faculties to teach in their area of expertise.
You will be able to participate in local and international exchange programmes.
If you are interested in producing, expanding and strengthening your critical, ethica and social thinking and you like being around people to help solve any possible conflicts, this is the degree for you!
Career optionsThe main career options for professionals are:
Social Work specialising in social, occupational and fiscal matters.
Human resource management and direction: contracts, work conditions, vocational training, work relations, mediation and arbitration, etc.
- Management, Mediation and Intervention in the Labour Market: work agents and social development. This is an emerging career profile that is still being consolidated.
- Inspection assignments
Occupational risk prevention
Social and labour auditing
null Mayca Almagro