In parallel with your Bachelor's studies, we offer the Diploma in International Development Cooperation that will enable you to learn about professional intervention in the field of development cooperation.
Social work majors have a long tradition all around the world. The Comillas Pontifical University presents the Bachelor's Degree in Social Work that began in the 2008/2009 academic year, as the first of its kind in Madrid. The experience accumulated over more than 50 years of social worker training is characterized by a solid theoretical-practical approach, presenting differential characteristics that aim to respond to the current social situation.
January 9th to June 30th, 2017.
Saturday, March 11th, 2017 at 10:00 in Cantoblanco
Bachelor's Degree in Social Work Course fees: €1,056.12 plus nine monthly installments of €402.60 each.
Diploma in International Development Cooperation, to be studied from the third year. Course fees: €131.49 (per course) plus nine monthly installments of €49.50 (per course).
Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
Social workers foster human rights and social cohesion, as well as support people, groups, and communities to help them improve their daily lives, and social well-being. These professionals work alongside their target groups and other experts. Carrying out social work involves consistently keeping personal relationships in different settings and levels. Because of this, students willing to become social workers must be sensitive towards social problems, motivated, focused on people, and at the same time, stand out as service oriented individuals. They should be flexible when it comes to complexity and diversity. Candidates for the Bachelor's Degree in Social Work should be analytical, have critical sense, and also be able to see the overall picture. Skills in communication and interpersonal relations are highly important, as well as sense of commitment, responsibility, autonomy and initiative. Applicants should lean towards research and be curious, in order to develop new ideas and plans.
Completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course in the Spanish Education System or in another declared equivalent, as well as successful completion of the university admissions test.
Professional Training II (FP II).
Students from foreign education systems:
Education systems from EU member States or from other states Spain has signed international agreements with to mutually recognize completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course, students holding the European Baccalaureate or those holding the International Baccalaureate Diploma must accredit compliance with admission requirements by obtaining the accreditation from the National University for Distance Education (UNED).
Education systems from NON-EU member states or where there are no international agreements signed to recognize completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course must accredit compliance with admission requirements by obtaining the Official accreditation of completion of the current secondary and pre-university education preparation course.
Other forms of admission to the Spanish University System: see Royal Decree 412/2014, dated 6 June, which defines the basic regulations of the admission procedures to official university Bachelor's Degree studies.
Admissions tests will be held between April 17 and May 10, 2017.
The admissions tests involve a personal interview, a short written essay about the candidate's motivations for studying Social Work, and an English test to allocate students into groups for the Diploma in Communication Skills and English Studies, which is compulsory and simultaneous with the major. The interviewer will explore the candidate's motivations for choosing this major, while review and discuss the applicant's academic record.
Admissions criteria will evaluate:
60% academic record
Admission tests are one-on-one, prior appointment, and will take place in the Cantoblanco campus (Madrid). Each application is evaluated by the Admissions Committee of the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty, whose Board is: Dean, Vice Dean of Academic Affairs, Head of Studies, and interviewing professors. The Committee reports to the Dean, who finally admits the student.
The Degree in Social Work trains professionals that foster human rights and social cohesion, as well as support people, groups, and communities to help them improve their daily lives, and social well-being. These professionals work alongside their target groups and other experts.
Graduates will develop the following abilities for their professional practice:
Social Services (municipal or regional administration):
In specialist care centers for various social groups (public, private):
Masters related to the Bachelor's Degree in Social Work
Los estudios de Graduado en Trabajo Social se estructuran en 4 años, y se adscribe a la rama de conocimiento de Ciencias Sociales y Jurídicas. El Plan de estudios tiene 240 ECTS (60 por curso).
Students will carry out external work experience two mornings per week from the second year (450 hours in total). In the first year, they study a workshop module where active social workers introduce them to the different fields of professional practice. [Further information]
During your university training in Social Work, you will have the opportunity to study a semester or a whole year at one of the universities in the USA, Europe or Latin America with which we have established specific Social Work-related partnerships. You will also have the chance to complete an internship during your time abroad.
We also offer the Bachelor's Degree in Social Work International Concentration, which you can choose to study simultaneously during your 3rd and 4th year, and for which you will receive an official diploma from the Comillas Pontifical University.
El Grado en Trabajo Social tiene una gran oferta en salidas profesionales ,las puedes ver en la OPE
Cualquier duda que tengas con el Grado en Trabajo Social la puedes consultar en la SGAT
Grado en Trabajo Social es internacional, consulta SRI
Si quieres ser trabajador social, y quieres estudiarlo en Madrid, además del Grado en Trabajo Social y un diploma en Cooperación Internacional, en nuestra Universidad puedes estudiar el Grado en Trabajo Social Criminología.