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This two-year universal qualification is an integration of theory and frontline practical experience. It covers all client groups including child and family, adult, and mental health. You will become eligible to apply for entry onto the register of qualified social workers after completing the course.
Our MSW is recognised across the UK and internationally.
Studying at masters level will give you the opportunity to analyse social work in depth and develop your skills in our purpose built skills lab by critically examining the research evidence that forms best practice.
Our staff are experienced registered social workers, and up-to-date with latest research.
Service users and carers play a key role in social work education, they contribute to teaching, readiness for direct practice, interview
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A degree at 2:1 or above, normally in a social science subject. Key Skills Level 2 or equivalent (eg GCSE A–C) in English and Mathematics or equivalently validated access course credits. All applicants must confirm prior to interview that they have the ability to use basic IT facilities, including word processing, internet browsing and use of email. Demonstrable experience in the social care sector, obtained through paid employment or as a volunteer or user/carer experience; and have other work/life experience related to the sector or likely to be of value to the sector.
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