About 27,000 people oppose one of the 2,091 places offered to be a civil guard

There are a total of 7,387 aspiring women, a (27.5%). This is the highest number of women who oppose the Civil Guard since their incorporation 33 years ago.

A total of 6,464 opponents have a university degree

The General Director has been at the headquarters of the University of Malaga

A total of 26,835 people opposed this weekend throughout Spain to one of the 2,091 places for the scale of corporals and guards that the Civil Guard offers this year.

Of the total number of applicants, 7,387 are women, that is, 27.5%. Regarding the level of training, a total of 6,464 university graduates stand out, among which there are 1,949 with a master's degree and 17 with a doctorate. By age range, half of the applicants are between 24 and 31 years old.

The General Director, María Gámez, has been at the exam headquarters at the University of Malaga where she has been able to see how these exams are organized and carried out.

The opposition phase is divided into four tests: knowledge, physical, medical examination and personal interview. For the knowledge test, the Civil Guard has established 20 headquarters, located in 13 Autonomous Communities distributed as follows: Alicante, Baeza, Balearic Islands, Cáceres, Cádiz, Calatayud, Granada, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, León, Logroño, Madrid , Malaga, Murcia, Oviedo, Santiago de Compostela, Seville, Tenerife, Toledo, Valencia and Vigo.

Information on the venues, including plans and sketches to facilitate access to them, has been disseminated through the Civil Guard website.

Previously, the first phase, the contest phase, has been carried out, in which the merits that each opponent adds to the minimum requirements have been evaluated to be able to participate in these selective tests. Being between 18 and 40 years old, Spanish nationality, lacking a criminal record or having at least a high school diploma are some of the necessary requirements.

The test practiced today consists of taking a series of tests on theoretical knowledge, languages, spelling and psychotechnics.

The opponents who obtain a sufficient score in this knowledge test will be summoned for the physical tests, which will consist of carrying out an endurance test (2-kilometer distance race), a speed test (60-meter race), a test swimming of 50 meters, as well as a strength test consisting of performing a certain number of push-ups according to gender.

Those who pass these last tests will undergo a medical examination that will assess their state of health and physical fitness, as well as a personal interview to assess their mental suitability for the job they are opting for.

Applicants who complete the competition-opposition will join the Baeza Guard Academy (Jaén) and the “Duque de Ahumada” Youth Guard College of Valdemoro (Madrid), where they will receive their professional training during an academic year.

For more information, you can contact the Press Office of the Civil Guard, telephone 639 894 661.


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