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Edge Hill University Social Work

Edge Hill University Social Work

BA (Hons) Social Work

  • International Students Can Apply
  • Professional Practice Placements
  • Professional Accreditation

Overview

UCAS Code:L500
Course Length:3 Years Full-Time
Start Dates:September 2017, September 2018
Department:Faculty of Health and Social Care
Location:Edge Hill University
  • Social Work at Edge Hill University ranked in the top two in the North West for assessment and feedback in the National Student Survey 2015;
  • Understand the perspective of those who use the services of social workers and learn from their experience;
  • Benefit from the knowledge and experience of a range of academics, practitioners, employers and policy makers from social care, social work and allied health professions.

Social work is a demanding yet rewarding profession. This degree provides the knowledge, skills and expertise to practice successfully in any field of social work, whether with children and families or in the varied field of adult social work, including mental health. It contains perspectives from social care and health services to ensure graduates can work effectively in the multidisciplinary environment of today’s social work and emphasises the application of theory in real-world settngs. You will acquire the skills required to engage meaningfully with the realities of contemporary social work and be taught by staff with direct experience of professional practice. Upon completion you will gain eligibility to apply for registration with the social work regulator.

MA Social Work

  • International Students Can Apply
  • Professional Practice Placements
  • Professional Accreditation

Overview

UKPASS Code:P052350
Course Length:2 Years Full-Time
Start Dates:September 2017, September 2018
Department:Faculty of Health and Social Care
Location:Edge Hill University
  • Study to become a professionally qualified social worker whilst gaining a Masters degree;
  • Discover creative and innovative ways to engage with the complexity of contemporary social work;
  • Develop expertise in research methods and critical analysis techniques;
  • Understand the perspective of those who use the services of social workers and learn from their experience.

Effective social work demands a strong bond and understanding between professionals of different disciplines so that users of social work services receive the best possible care. This Masters degree combines perspectives from social care, health, education and other relevant disciplines to ensure you can work effectively in the multi-disciplinary environment of today’s social work.