Social Work degree offered at the University of the West of Scotland allows you to develop personally and professionally to achieve an honours degree, a nationally recognised professional qualification and the opportunity to pursue an extremely rewarding and increasingly important career in modern society.
Practice learning is integral to the programme, and you can apply your academic learning via 200 days practice learning in traditional and innovative settings. Placements are varied, including prisons, children’s units, hospices, addiction teams, women’s support and women’s aid. Students have also undertaken observational placements in organisations such as Alzheimer’s Scotland and Crossroads Youth and Community Association.
Designed in collaboration with employers and service users, this programme meets the requirements of the Scottish Government and has been approved by the Scottish Social Services Council.
Lecturers are registered social workers with wide-ranging expertise and students are addressed by guest lecturers and service users.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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