Social workfull time

  • Master of Arts

    Master
    Degree

  • 3 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Würzburg

    Location

  • No information

Overview and admission

Study Type

graduate

Admission semester

Summer Semester only

Area of study

Social Work

Target group

University graduates of relevant degree courses

Admission modus

open admission

Admission requirements

• Bachelor’s or Diploma degree in Social Work, Social Affairs, Social Education or an equivalent qualification • According to Art. 3 Para. 5 of the current SPO MSA, provisional admission is possible if a maximum of 30 ECTS points of the total achievable credit points of the undergraduate degree course are missing and the achievement of the required overall grade is possible in principle. • Overall grade of 2.5 or higher • At least 210 CP (credit points) If less than 210 CP, but at least 180 CP are available, the missing CPs can be acquired by taking additional courses from the Bachelor of Social Work at the THWS or at the Virtual University of Bavaria (vhb).

Lecture period
  • 01.10.2023 - 14.03.2024
  • 15.03.2024 - 30.09.2024

Application deadlines

Summer semester (2024)
Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students

Please see our website www.fhws.de for deviations, studies may only commence in the summer semester.

Languages of instruction

Main language

German

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