Faculty of Political Science and Sociology
Faculty of Law
- Bellaterra Campus
- Duration: 5.5 courses - 372 credits
- Places: 20
- Admission mark: 10,986
- Price per credit: 17.69 euros
- Language: Catalan, Spanish and English
- Learning mode: Classroom-based learning.
The combined Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and Public Administration and Law will train you to become a high quality professional capable of working in a diversity of political and administration areas (public administration, government, international institutions, political organisations, etc.) with a full knowledge of the language and techniques belonging to the legal world. This combination is still uncommon in our country, but the complexity and technical demands of today's politics make it a very necessary degree.
Given the type of campus UAB has with almost all faculties close to each other, you will have no problem in taking this combined degree and attending classes at different faculties. You will take law degree subjects during the morning and subjects corresponding to political science and public administration in the afternoons. Both the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Political Science and Sociology stand out for their efforts in offering an international experience to their students (both include a broad network of alliances and exchange agreements with several local and international universities) and in providing work placements which help students transition from learning to professional practice.
Career optionsThis combined training is particularly adequate for all activities related to political and administrative institutions, such as administrative bodies, international relations, consultancy to businesses and the media, international organisations, advisors and management of different entities (NGOs, political parties, social organisations), foundations and academic centres.
"To be able to analyse reality from both political and legal perspectives has helped me look at social phenomena in a more critical and fact-based manner." Marta Paricio