What is it?
Studying at the same time the Degree in Humanities and the Degree in Law will help you to have a wider perspective of the fields in law practice, mainly by exploring connections between law and humanistic disciplines as philosophy, art, literature and history.
This will multiply your chances in wider labor markets as, for example, law firms focused on international arena, intellectual property, international institutions and NGOS that address issues of cooperation, cultural development, legal advice in institutions and cultural business, conflict mediation...
Reasons to study this degree
- Maximise your opportunities in five years
In five years, you can earn a Bachelor's Degree in Law and a Bachelor's Degree in Humanities and Cultural Studies.
- Students with a multidisciplinary profile
You will acquire a humanistic profile with a solid and versatile training in law.
- Personalized advice
Each student counts with an advisor-mentor from the very first year.
They are already studying it
“Apart from being useful, it is also really necessary to see how Humanities can help you to understand other degree programmes”.
“All Humanities students benefit from the Humanities grant”.