About UCAM Universidad Católica de Murcia
UCAM has around 340 renowned international strategic partners, among which are several leading colleges and universities around the world, such as UC Berkeley, Stanford, NTU, NUS or Università degli Studi di Bologna. With these partners, UCAM has established students’, staff’ and professors’ exchange programs, joint degrees and other kinds of academic collaborations. UCAM’s teaching method is based on personalized attention with a reduced number of students per class and a personal tutor assigned to each student. UCAM is strongly linked to the business world through study plans responsive to market exigencies, obligatory internships in public and private institutions and enterprises as part of every undergraduate and master’s degree, as well as research programs in collaboration with large regional, national and multinational companies. As a Catholic institution, UCAM’s aim is to offer an integral formation to its students, not only in terms of academic knowledge but also regarding human values by means of academic subjects, volunteering projects, meetings, congresses, and workshops. UCAM is known as the University of Sports. It is the only European university with a professional basketball team in the first national league (ACB League Spain). Furthermore, UCAM competes on a professional level with 20 comparable teams. In the Spanish University Sports Competitions, UCAM won 46 medals, being hailed 2012 Champion competing in 21 disciplines with more than 2000 college athletes. UCAM’s students were awarded about 100 medals in the Olympic Games in Athens, Beijing and London. Moreover, UCAM functions as the educational body of the Spanish LFP (Professional Football League).
This Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights is an innovative degree within the educational field. Its incorporation of face-to-face formation, the active involvement of students of various nationalities, combined visits to European institutions, and our mixed approach to the academic and professional formation of the student makes UCAM’s Master’s in European Union Studies and Human Rights a rigorous, innovative and top quality program. Moreover, the course also includes a work placement of 250 hours
After having successfully completed this Master’s program, students are qualified to work in:
- EU Institutions and European Bodies.
- International Organizations.
- Foreign Trade Offices.
- International Media.
- Specialized Law Firms.
- Public Administration.
- Research Centers Dedicated to European Affairs.
- International Relations Offices.
- Non-Governmental Organizations.
UCAM’s career services will be available to students, including the SOIL – i.e. the “Orientation and Work Placement Service” of UCAM, “Portal de Empleo” – the university’s employment portal – and the “Network of Recruiting Erasmus”, a service that promotes international students’ employment in top companies throughout Spain.