Degree in Law
This degree programme will provide students with training that will ensure that they acquire basic legal knowledge.
This degree programme promotes curiosity and ambition for reaching advanced levels of knowledge, and it provides practical training in the competences and abilities necessary for carrying out any of the set of legal professions like, for example, presenting and explaining ideas; proposing orderly, concise, and accurate legal solutions; managing legal resources; understanding and analysing legal texts; having critical ability; and utilizing information technologies.
You will be able to work as a lawyer or attorney (upon completing the corresponding Master’s programme and passing the federal proficiency exam), judge, prosecutor, court clerk, notary, registrar, state’s attorney, tax or labour inspector, specialist in the civil administration of the state or the autonomous communities, diplomat, civil servant in international institutions (after being selected from the corresponding call), legal adviser for businesses or unions or other organizations, university professor for legal subjects (after completing a doctorate degree and being selected from the corresponding call), etc.
A career guidance service (OpenDer) is available to GDRE students; it offers tutoring sessions with professors from the faculty responsible for offering the service, seminars with various professionals from the world of law, and information about different career opportunities via the faculty intranet. You can also stay up-to-date on the news regarding career opportunities by following the Twitter account @OpenDerUib.
The UIB offers students the chance to take part in different exchange and mobility programmes:
- Exchange and mobility programmes: to complete part of your studies at another university in Spain, the European Union, and around the world, or to get work experience at businesses in the European Union, managed by the International Relations Service.
- Volunteer work experience and projects with university development cooperation programmes in least developed countries, run through the development cooperation programmes managed by the Cooperation for Development and Solidarity Office (OCDS).
High-quality official study
Legislation requires that official Spanish Degrees receive positive evaluations by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation (ANECA). This process is called verification, and it serves to ensure that the development programme in which you will participate will provide the skills and learning results that it is supposed to.
The European Higher Education Area requires that a system be in place to ensure the quality of degree programmes.
Bachelor's programmes are subject to assessment and are continuously improved upon in order to guarantee their prestige and recognition within Europe. You can see the results of the assessments at results section.