Studying an accredited course means your course has been approved by a professional body. Social Work is an accredited course because it has been accredited and regulated by Social Work England. It means that the course is up to date with current and relevant training d information for the sector and that the academic teaching… Read more » about Accredited degree: What does it mean for Social Work?
This is a guest blog written by Abi Jones, a mature student currently in her first year of MA Social Work. I am in the first few weeks of my first 70-day placement at We Are With You (Drug and Alcohol Services) and I am finding that there is lots of opportunity for learning, both… Read more » about My experience as a mature postgraduate Social Work student
This is a joint guest blog by William Smith, MA Social Work student, and June Symonds, BA (Hons) Social Work student. They were both awarded the Dorset Council Award for Social Work, at the Faculty of Health & Social Sciences awards ceremony. When I (William) started my Master’s in September 2020, my end goal was… Read more » about Being recognised for the Dorset Council Award for Social Work
After studying BA (Hons) Social Work for nearly 3 years, my degree is coming to an end. Final year at university can feel pretty daunting and full on, but for me I found myself making the most of all the offers and opportunities Bournemouth University have for us. In my final year, we experienced guest… Read more » about The end of an era, the start of my career