Posted on Tuesday 17th January 2012
We are pleased to announce that we have now confirmed the fees for those starting in the 2012-13 academic year for the MA Qualifying Social Work programme.
Home/EU students: £4,060
Overseas students: £12,750
It has also been confirmed that the NHS Social Work Bursary will still be available to those starting in the 2012-13 academic year for the MA Qualifying Social Work programme.
Home students on our programme, providing they meet the requirements as set out by the NHS Business Services Authority, are eligible for a bursary, which will provide an element of maintenance. Please visit www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/students for further information.
Social Work MA
The University of Birmingham has been providing social work education since 1908 and recently celebrated 100 years of social work education. As the oldest running social work education programme in the country, we are proud of our history and we are committed to continuing our work to raise professional social work standards and promote good practice.
The Institute has developed a reputation for delivering high quality teaching and learning which enables students to become critically reflective, research informed practitioners.
This programme enables those with a BA degree in the social sciences to obtain the new professional qualification in Social Work, as well as a Masters degree. You join students on the new undergraduate route for Social Work for Year 3; your academic work is assessed at the higher M level, which includes a dissertation. You undertake two assessed social work placements in line with government requirements of 170 days of practice over the two years of the programme.