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BA Social Work 'Have your Say' event
James Sheen: MA Social Work student
Jess Moore: MA Social Work student
The University of Birmingham is able to provide a wide range of practice opportunities wihin statutory, voluntary and independent social care settings. Social Work at the University of Birmingham is also fortunate to have a range of exciting new small student units and innovative practice projects, and we regularly receive excellent feedback from students about these. The learning gained from these placements supports and builds on the learning taking place at the university. Hear what some of our social work students say about their placement at Core Assets and the SWEET Project.
Core Assets: Student placement
The SWEET Project: Student placement
"Beth Chappell, Social Work Student "One of the highlights for me has been how issues of justice and concern for others have been at the heart of the course. Small group and class discussions have been an opportunity to debate and consider current policies and dilemmas and the law content of the course has helped me to understand the current legal context in which social workers practice."
Find out more about studying BA Social Work and MA Social Work at Birmingham.