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Full time September MSc Full-time 2 years

About the course

Why study this course?

Our Social Work MSc degree is accredited by Social Work England. Once you've successfully completed the course, you can then join the Social Work England register that all qualified social workers must register with to practise in England. 

Our course is rooted in the principles of equality and social justice. It covers a wide range of social work subjects, helping you to become a reflective and resilient practitioner who can work in a variety of settings. This may include working with children, families, older people or individuals with mental health problems or learning disabilities.

London Met was the 2017 “preferred provider” of the North East London (NEL) commissioning panel, which represents the Social Work Development Partnership of five

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Entry Requirements

You'll be required to have:

- a second class honours degree (2.2) or above
- GCSE English Language at grade C/grade 4 or above, or Functional Skills English at Level 2 (or equivalent)
- employers' references to demonstrate a minimum of 12 weeks previous experience either in a paid or voluntary capacity of working directly with vulnerable people, ideally in a social care/health context
- an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check for the Child and Adult Workforce

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview, plus undertake a written test and participate in a group exercise.

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