A Candidate shall normally: possess a UK honours degree with at least 2nd class honours, or an academic or professional qualification which the Higher Degrees Committee deems to be equivalent; demonstrate competence in the use of English language to the satisfaction of the Higher Degrees Committee.
Months of entry
Course contentExpertise in most aspects of social work, youth work and community development. The Centre for Social Action works from user-centred perspective. The Centre for Social Care Studies, the Youth Affairs Unit, Parenting Studies Unit, Black Studies Unit, and Unit for the Social Study of Thalassaemia and Sickle Cell are also located within the Faculty.
Health Policy; Ethnicity and Health; Social Work; Youth Work; Community Development; Informal Education; Youth Affairs; Crime, Offending and Probation Studies; User Perceptions of Public Services; Managing Children's Behaviour.
Information for international students
The Faculty has strong international perspectives and is actively collaborating with institutions world-wide.
Fees and fundingDepartmental bursaries, self-funded.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Prof Dave Ward/Prof Hazel Kemshall
- 0116 257 7797
- 0116 257 7708