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Master’s degree in Intervention in Cases of Violence Against Women

What does the Master consist of?

Programme summary

  • Degree awarded: Master's degree in Intervention in Cases of Violence against Women (Official Spanish diploma. Spanish Official Gazette (BOE) No. 157. Resolution of 22 June 2006. Ratified on 29 April 2009 through the favourable Assessment Report from the Spanish Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation (ANECA).
  • Duration: September to July
  • Credits: 60 ECTS credits
  • Mode of study: Full time
  • Type of programme: Taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places on the programme: max. 30 places
  • Schedule: From 16:00 to 20:00
  • Course venue: University of Deusto. Bilbao campus
  • Faculty, department: Department of Social Work and Sociology
  • Faculty: Social and Human Sciences

Master’s degree subsidised by EMAKUNDE

Applicants to the Master’s course who have a postal address in the Basque Autonomous Community may be eligible to apply for an Emakunde/Basque Women’s Institute grant. The requirements are as follow:
a) Have legal residence in the Basque Country for at least one year prior to applying for the grant.
b) Be admitted to the Master’s in Intervention in Cases of Violence against Women.

Resolution BOPV Emakunde grant
 

Applications must be submitted to:
Emakunde¬ Basque Women’s Institute

Emakunde 

Student profile

Applicants interested in doing this Master´s programme are recommended:

  • First-cycle generic competences.
  • Knowledge and awareness of gender violence as a social problem.
  • Commitment to social change, the promotion of justice and the well-being of disadvantaged groups and/or those being discriminated against.
  • Interpersonal skills, teamwork capacity and personal maturity.

Undergraduate profile  

Graduate profile

Admission requirements

This Master´s is open to any qualified person, without discrimination with regard to age, sex, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, origin or any other condition.
In addition to the admission requirements established by the current legislation and student profile described above, applicants are required to have a positive assessment to enter the Master’s course.
This assessment will take into account the following:

  • Academic record
  • Bachelor’s degree study in a field related to the Master’s programme.
  • Curriculum Vitae: Prior postgraduate or continuing education training related to the Master’s programme, previous professional experience, knowledge of other foreign languages, mainly English.
  • Motivation to undertake the programme, professional aims, attitudes and values related to the professional career concerned, capacity for teamwork and personal maturity.

Assessment of entry criteria

Each of the requirements will be weighted as follows:

Assessment criteria

Documents issued abroad must comply with the following requirements:

  • Documents must be official and issued by the relevant authorities.
  • The degree qualifying the candidate to enter the programme must be legalised by the relevant diplomatic authorities or, where necessary, certified by The Hague Convention Apostille (not required for documents issued by authorities of the EU member states).
  • When necessary, these documents must be submitted with the official translation into Spanish, English, French or Italian.

Enrolment

Enrolment must be completed at the General Secretariat.

Further information - Enrolment procedure -

 

What does the Master consist of?

Programme summary

  • Degree awarded: Master's degree in Intervention in Cases of Violence against Women (Official Spanish diploma. Spanish Official Gazette (BOE) No. 157. Resolution of 22 June 2006. Ratified on 29 April 2009 through the favourable Assessment Report from the Spanish Agency for Evaluation and Accreditation (ANECA).
  • Duration: September to July
  • Credits: 60 ECTS credits
  • Mode of study: Full time
  • Type of programme: Taught sessions
  • Language of instruction: Spanish
  • Number of places on the programme: max. 30 places
  • Schedule: From 16:00 to 20:00
  • Course venue: University of Deusto. Bilbao campus
  • Faculty, department: Department of Social Work and Sociology
  • Faculty: Social and Human Sciences

Master’s degree subsidised by EMAKUNDE

Applicants to the Master’s course who have a postal address in the Basque Autonomous Community may be eligible to apply for an Emakunde/Basque Women’s Institute grant. The requirements are as follow:
a) Have legal residence in the Basque Country for at least one year prior to applying for the grant.
b) Be admitted to the Master’s in Intervention in Cases of Violence against Women.

Resolution BOPV Emakunde grant
 

Applications must be submitted to:
Emakunde¬ Basque Women’s Institute

Emakunde 

Student profile

Applicants interested in doing this Master´s programme are recommended:

  • First-cycle generic competences.
  • Knowledge and awareness of gender violence as a social problem.
  • Commitment to social change, the promotion of justice and the well-being of disadvantaged groups and/or those being discriminated against.
  • Interpersonal skills, teamwork capacity and personal maturity.

Undergraduate profile  

Graduate profile

Admission requirements

This Master´s is open to any qualified person, without discrimination with regard to age, sex, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, origin or any other condition.
In addition to the admission requirements established by the current legislation and student profile described above, applicants are required to have a positive assessment to enter the Master’s course.
This assessment will take into account the following:

  • Academic record
  • Bachelor’s degree study in a field related to the Master’s programme.
  • Curriculum Vitae: Prior postgraduate or continuing education training related to the Master’s programme, previous professional experience, knowledge of other foreign languages, mainly English.
  • Motivation to undertake the programme, professional aims, attitudes and values related to the professional career concerned, capacity for teamwork and personal maturity.

Assessment of entry criteria

Each of the requirements will be weighted as follows:

Assessment criteria

Documents issued abroad must comply with the following requirements:

  • Documents must be official and issued by the relevant authorities.
  • The degree qualifying the candidate to enter the programme must be legalised by the relevant diplomatic authorities or, where necessary, certified by The Hague Convention Apostille (not required for documents issued by authorities of the EU member states).
  • When necessary, these documents must be submitted with the official translation into Spanish, English, French or Italian.

Enrolment

Enrolment must be completed at the General Secretariat.

Further information - Enrolment procedure -