High employment rate among graduates
|75% of the first graduating class (2014) have found a job in the field of psychology and social intervention.|
An increasing number of jobs in this field
The Spanish Psychological Association has recognised the increasingly important role of psychological work in social processes. It has been acknowledged as one of the professional profiles that has undergone greatest development in recent years and shows the best future prospects.
The growing pace of employment generation in this field in Spain is remarkable, both in the public sector as well as other new areas of non-profit social action.
Specialist psychologists with scientific and professional training are required to work with different groups which have very specific psychological needs. Public Administration, associations, NGOs and private firms are striving to fulfil these needs.
Graduates of this Master’s programme are prepared for careers in:
- Non-profit associations
- City government
- Family guidance centres
- Prisons and juvenile justice centres
- NGOs and NGDOs
Graduates of this programme often work with the following groups:
- Drug addicts and/or persons with other addictions
- Children and teenagers
- The unemployed