Social Work Conversion Course

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To find out more, view these videos which include an overview of the programme structure and interviews with students.University of Bristol students and graduates can benefit from a ten per cent reduction in tuition fees for postgraduate study. Currently there is a social work bursary available to students (subject to eligibility/residency criteria).

To find out more, view these videos which include an overview of the programme structure and interviews with students.University of Bristol students and graduates can benefit from a ten per cent reduction in tuition fees for postgraduate study. Currently there is a social work bursary available to students (subject to eligibility/residency criteria).

The BSW degree is a professional qualification in Social Work accredited by the Northern Ireland Social Care Council and recognised throughout the UK, the Republic of Ireland and elsewhere.

The programme is a combination of academic study and assessed practice learning opportunities.

MA Social work is an academic qualification and crucially, is also a professional qualification.

Our course is accredited by the social work regulator which means you’ll be eligible to apply for registration as a social worker on successful completion of the course, explaining why over 95% of our graduates are employed within six months of leaving.

Being both intellectually challenging and practical, this programme will prepare you for the real world of social work within the areas of Children and Families, Criminal Justice and Adult social work.

You’ll enter the workplace as a confident, competent and autonomous social worker, equipped to lead the delivery of personalised and responsive services, which place individuals and families at the centre of their care and support.

Read the programme admissions statement for important information on entry requirements, the application process and supporting documents required.

Admissions statement Successful completion of this master's degree will mean you are eligible to register with the Health and Care Professions Council (or the newly proposed social work regulatory body) and practise as a qualified professional social worker.

You will develop an understanding of the structural and personal factors that lead to disadvantage, oppression and discrimination, and learn how to apply this understanding to your practice.

You will develop values and skills as a reflective practitioner, appraising relevant evidence - including research - to evaluate your own and other people's work and to contribute to the development of policy and practice.

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