Degree in Labour Relations (2010 syllabus)
240 credits - Faculty of Law
This study programme will not be continued ; new students will not be admitted. You can refer to the corresponding current study programme. .
Minimum number of credits to be taken in the first year
- 48 first-year subject credits for full-time students.
- 24 credits for part-time students.
- After the first year of registration, there is no minimum number of credits to take.
Public tuition prices per credit . Academic Year 2019-20
- 1st registration : 13,53¤
- 2nd registration : 30,05¤
- 3rd registration : 65,06¤
- 4th registration : 90,15¤
- An ability for analysis and synthesis.
- An ability for organisation and planning.
- An ability for transmitting information and communicating in writing and orally, adapting the discourse to circumstance, using suitable terminology and techniques, and producing texts and reports.
- An ability for problem solving by applying knowledge to practice.
- An ability for information management and working with ICT in the area of study and the professional sphere.
- Knowledge of English.
- Skilled social and interpersonal relations.
- Understanding the need for a regulatory system of labour and social protection, and the elements that define it.
- Core legal knowledge.
- The ability to know and understand the core regulatory framework of the corporate and commercial legal system and its connection to employment issues.
- The ability to know and understand the core regulatory framework of the corporate tax legal system and its connection to employment issues.
- The ability to know, understand and apply the regulatory framework of the collective and individual employment relationship, determine its limits and delineate the specificities in the different areas of application.
- The ability to know, understand and apply the regulatory framework for Social Security and supplementary welfare.
- The ability to work with available legal, administrative or private instruments to solve employment and Social Security disputes.
- The ability to interpret relevant socioeconomic data and indicators for labour relations.
- The ability to know and understand the origin and transcendence of European, national and regional employment policies.
- The ability to apply knowledge, design intervention methods and define strategies for human resources management and supervision.
- The ability for planning and design, consulting, management and assessment of occupational hazard prevention systems.
- The ability to advise on matters relating to labour relations and Social Security.
- The ability to undertake representation and negotiation duties in different areas of labour relations.
- The ability to know, understand and analyse the psychosocial factors that explain human behaviour in work and organisations.
- The ability to know how to describe and measure group, inter-group and organisational interaction processes, structures and dynamics.
- The ability to undertake and apply strategic analysis tools, research techniques and assessment, and to develop suitable intervention programmes to start to understand and interpret economic reality.
- The ability to acquire knowledge in core management and business organisation theory to understand the diversity of business and organisational functions, as well as the special characteristics of management work.
- The ability to know the basic methodology for accounts processes and general accounting regulations to develop the ability to interpret and analyse financial and accounting information.
- The ability to perform organisational structure planning tasks, in line with a logical process, and to design organisational charts and duty manuals.
- The ability for critical analysis and reasoning without prejudice to start to understand and interpret economic reality.
- The ability to analyse the job market and its impact on the economy.