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Join our leading social work university; we're ranked 1st in the UK for Social Work (Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020) and we’ll prepare you with the skills you need for a successful career.
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Would you like to have a career that makes a positive contribution to society? If so, our stimulating and challenging Social Work degree could be for you. Our Social Work degree combines practical experience with theory, and gives you the professional qualification you need to practise social work and help change people’s lives.
You’ll be taught by qualified social workers, and members of national and international social work organisations. Our course content draws on the latest knowledge and experience of people working in social work today. Social workers are often involved in complex and difficult situations, as well as meaningful work. We equip you with the skills you need to successfully deal with the variety of social problems you could encounter in social work.
For entry onto this highly regarded course, you’ll need to demonstrate some involvement with social work, the care system or a related field prior to starting the degree. This can take the form of volunteering or unpaid work.
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Read Katja's storyIt was extremely beneficial that all lecturers were qualified social workers and brought a vast amount of knowledge and experience of different areas of social work to teaching.
Read Charleen's storyI have had the opportunity to hear from leaders in their field and to examine society in a way which is productive to Social Work practice.
I remain actively involved with the University of Stirling both as an External Marker and Practice Assessor and this has clearly allowed me to continue to enhance my own personal and professional development in social work.