Degree in Labour Relations

240 credits - Faculty of Law

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Duration 4 years / 240 credits
Places
50 places for the academic year 2022-23
Mode

Blended learning

Price
Public price per credit, 1st registration: ¤13.4, ¤30.05, ¤65.06, ¤90.15 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th enrolment respectively. (*)
Total cost of the first enrolment in the first year: ¤856.72 (*) (**)

(*) Prices for the academic year: 2022-23
(**) Total cost of the first enrolment in the first year, including taxes, for EU members under 28 years of age without any special condition:

This degree enables students to acquire knowledge linked to the world of employment (labour relations) from a highly legal (foundations of law, labour law and social security), as well as economic, psychological and sociological perspective.

Graduates in Labour Relations who register as active members of the Association of Social Graduates may advise and represent their clients in labour courts and tribunals, and lodge suits and appeals. They shall also be fully capable of making decisions from a multidisciplinary approach on employment issues at companies, public administrations and other types of organisations, such as unions or business associations, from a staff management perspective as well as in different political, economic and social contexts.

This degree is also aimed at graduates or students who are about to graduate in law. There is an accreditation scheme in place between the Degree in Law and the Degree in Labour Relations that provides a quick process for graduates in law who wish to specialise in labour and social security law.

The Degree in Labour Relations is a blended learning course and taught in the afternoons. There are five subjects per semester and ten hours of face-to-face classes per week. Students must invest up to forty hours per week in independent learning for the five subjects each semester, supervised by their lecturers on the Aula Digital platform. Where students work or have family responsibilities, it is advisable for them to enrol on a part-time basis.

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