Social Work

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Social Work

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Degrees available: Degree Length of study Full time MSc 22 months This course has one start date - September Professional Accreditation: Scottish Social Services Council Academic School: School of Education, Social Work & Community Education How to apply: Apply online at the UCAS website, course code L508 Fees: Academic Year Home/EU Overseas 2013-14 £3,600 £11,000

Aims of the Programme

The MSc in Social Work is intended to provide a programme of postgraduate study in social work leading to registration with the Scottish Social Services Council.

Programme Content

In the first two semesters students are orientated towards the programme design and philosophy; introduced to…

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Social Work

Snapshot

Degrees available: Degree Length of study Full time MSc 22 months This course has one start date - September Professional Accreditation: Scottish Social Services Council Academic School: School of Education, Social Work & Community Education How to apply: Apply online at the UCAS website, course code L508 Fees: Academic Year Home/EU Overseas 2013-14 £3,600 £11,000

Aims of the Programme

The MSc in Social Work is intended to provide a programme of postgraduate study in social work leading to registration with the Scottish Social Services Council.

Programme Content

In the first two semesters students are orientated towards the programme design and philosophy; introduced to practice learning and core social work skills; given a grounding in the legal framework of social work practice; and given the opportunity to develop and test out their learning skills in preparation for the remainder of the programme. The remaining time on the programme will be structured according to individual student's needs and available learning opportunities. Students will be given full opportunity to learn in and about diverse practice settings and with a range of client groups.

Methods of Assessment

Learning will build around a series of assessment tasks, which will enable students to make direct connections between the various knowledge and skills components of social work practice in real practice contexts. Central to the assessment strategy will be a portfolio of work that students will gather throughout the duration of the programme. This will enable students to demonstrate that they have met the full requirements for the MSc and full registration with the Scottish Social Services Council. It will also be used by tutors to give feedback to students on their progress throughout the programme.

Entry Requirements

You should have an Honours Degree of 2:2 or above.

English Language Requirement: IELTS of 6.0 (or equivalent), if your first language is not English. Please check our Language Requirements page for details of equivalent grades from other test providers, and information about the University of Dundee English Language courses.

Sources of Funding

The School of Education, Social Work and Community Education is not currently offering any school scholarships.

Other sources of funding for postgraduate students can be found on our Scholarships webpage.

The Scottish Social Services Council provides a number of postgraduate student bursaries.

Contact

Course Contact

Admissions Contact

Alison WatsonSchool of Education, Social Work &
Community Education
University of Dundee
Dundee
DD1 4HN
Scotland

Telephone: 01382 381469 (from the UK)Telephone: +44 1382 381469 (from outside the UK)
Fax: 01382 381511 (from the UK)Fax: +44 1382 381511 (from outside the UK)
Email: a.r.z.watson@dundee.ac.uk

Undergraduate Admissions
Admissions & Student Recruitment
University of Dundee
Nethergate
Dundee
DD1 4HN
Scotland

Telephone: 01382 384697/ 384029/ 388547 (from the UK)
Telephone: +44 1382 384697/ 384029/ 388547 (from outside the UK)

Email: ContactUs@dundee.ac.uk

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