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Social Work MSc


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Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
2 years
A second class Honours degree or above (normally in a social science subject) and hold, or are in the process of taking, GCSE Mathematics and English grade C, or Key Skills Literacy and Numeracy level 3, or another English/ Mathematics qualification deemed by the University to be equivalent to GCSE.
Full-time UK and EU students: £6,570 International students: £10,215
September
MSc
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Masters study type: Full time

Aims of the course
This programme offers a professional training to qualify as a social worker and the opportunity to study for a Masters degree. The qualification is designed to emphasise the development of skills in analysis and assessment, build the confidence to apply knowledge to practice, and increase practitioners' ability to create opportunities for users, and to work collaboratively with other professions.

The award has been designed in partnership with key stakeholders representing employers and service users who will play an important role in the ongoing development of the course. An important aspect of the programme is its inter-professional curriculum, designed alongside Community Health professionals to reflect practice, and informed by service users' and carers' experiences.

This University has many years of experience in offering postgraduate courses in Social Work, and has been accredited by the General Social Care Council (GSCC) as an approved institution to offer this award.

Course contents
The primary focus is on the development of practice skills, informed by up-to-date research, theories, policies and legislation.

The course includes:

Knowledge of: social work theory; human growth and development; mental health and disability; communication and assessment processes; and law
Research and theory relevant for practice - in the final year you will be required to undertake a piece of sustained independent study through a dissertation

Assessment
Assessment will involve essays; presentations; video and project work; examinations and work based practice assessment. A key aspect is acquisition of the necessary practice skills in a diverse range of practice settings relevant to social work. You will undertake supervised practice within at least two different practice settings over a minimum of 200 days during the course. Your previous learning and experience may exempt you from some modules, but not any part of the 200 days assessed practice.

Careers
You will have qualifying status to practice social work (subject to the requirements of registration with the GSCC) and be eligible to become a member of the British Association of Social Workers. Further study opportunities are available through a number of post-qualifying and MA/MSc courses (for example, in practice teaching, childcare and management).

Visit the Social Work MSc page on the London Metropolitan University web site for more details!

Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 Results


Unit of Assessment: Drama, Dance and Performing Arts What is the RAE?
FTE Category A Staff Submitted 4* 3* 2* 1* U/C
6.5 0% 25% 15% 55% 5%


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3 Comments or Questions
by Olaide jinadu ( Thu, 10 May 2012 09:36:11 GMT )
Reply from Find A Masters Team I have MBA in Human Resource Management from the University of Wales and I am interested in completing Msc in Social Work. Do I qualify for the scholarship?
by chibundu anyanwu ( Mon, 06 Feb 2012 10:14:30 GMT )
Reply from Find A Masters Team i am a BA holder in Philosophy from University of Lagos Nigeria (Second Class division) i am intersted in having a masters in Social wok am i eligible, how do i go about registering and and getting the admission or what other couse is related to Socal work. Thanks
by David Nwogu ( Wed, 02 Nov 2011 17:05:29 GMT )
Reply from Find A Masters Team I am a holder of a BA(Hons) in Theology from Manchester Uni. 2011 and would like to do Masters in Social Work studies. My question is, am I eligible for admission?


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