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Masters Degrees in Social Work

Masters degrees in Social Work are advanced professional courses, training postgraduates to become practitioners and managers in a wide range of healthcare, welfare and social support roles.

Most of these courses are intended for applicants with existing experience, but some will admit students 'converting' from a different undergraduate degree pathway.

Some academic research programmes are available (awarding MRes and MPhil degrees) but most of the courses in this area are taught qualifications, focussing on key skills and training. Many are offered part-time in order to better fit the needs of applicants seeking Continuing Professional Development alongside their existing employment.

Why study a Masters in Social Work?

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