Study Programmes Bachelor en Sciences sociales et éducatives

Study social intervention

The Bachelor en Sciences Sociales et Éducatives aims to train generalists in social intervention (social pedagogy, social work).

The programme at a glance – 180 ECTS

  • Duration:
    3 years / 6 sem
  • Teaching languages:
    FR + DE
  • Admissions:
    EU: 1 Feb 2024 – 30 Apr 2024

    Non-EU: 1 Feb 2024 – 30 Apr 2024
  • Fees:
    400€/ sem. (semester 1,2)
    200€/ sem. (semester 3,4,5,6)
  • Format:
    Full-time programme (Part-time student status allowed)

Why study with us?

The Bachelor en Sciences Sociales et Sciences Educatives studies how social issues affect individuals and groups. The programme addresses a broad range of topics including poverty, migration, inter-cultural diversity, social exclusion and inequalities.

Students learn to design and carry out prevention, counseling and educational projects and programmes addressing those issues.

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What do we offer our students?

Main features of the study programme:
  • strong link between theory and practice
  • a 6- and 14-week internship during semester 3 and semester 6
  • different learning and teaching forms: lectures, seminars, project based workshops, individual and collective tutorials
A combination of mandatory, optional and specialised courses

The programme offers a solid theoretical foundation in the field of social work. Students can choose a specialisation according to their interests (disability and non-discrimination, migration, inter-culturality and diversity…).

Part-time studies possible

For part-time students the maximum period of time to complete their degree is 20 semesters. They take the same classes as full-time students and do not benefit from an adapted course schedule. They can however design their course schedule according to their needs.


For any questions regarding this programme, please send your request to

  • Boris Traue

    Study Programme Director
  • Anna Maria Besslich

    Study Programme Administrator
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    Fabienne Guyomarch

    Study/Doctoral Training Programme Specialist