MA Social Work

... United Kingdom
... Bangor University

Course Overview

Social work changes lives and a career in social work is varied and rewarding. This 2-year Social Work MA provides a pathway to professional social work practice and includes academic modules complemented with practice placements. This equips and prepares students to qualify as social workers and take up professional social work posts within the social care workforce.

The course is informed by the QAA Benchmarks for Social Work (QAA), and the National Occupational Standards for Social Work (Social Care Wales) and complies with the requirements of Social Care Wales as Wales’s social work regulators.

We work in close partnership with Gwynedd, Ynys Môn, and Conwy local authorities, who host and provide placements for students on the program.

General Eligibility

Bachelor's Degree (4 years) with an overall grade of GPA 2.5 or 55% or higher.

Mature students will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Part Time Work Details

The 20 hours is total hours. It is not per job. If you hold multiple part-time jobs then the total hours of all the work you are doing added together.

Language Requirement

  • IELTS 6.0 (5.5) or equivalent.

Programme Information
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Course Category

Social Work and Community


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Campus Name

Bangor, Gwynedd


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Course Level

Postgraduate


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Duration

Full-time, 2 years


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Available Intake

September


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IELTS Score

5.5


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Tuition Fees Range

Home full-time: £1,350, International full-time: £16,500,


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