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I’m going to be studying social work from September and haven’t been given much guidance of the timetable, that shows hours of lectures and days. I understand it can vary. But I’m and adult student staying home and will still need to work. So I’m looking for a rough idea of 1st year social work hours/days so I have a rough idea of whether it is possible for me to work part time! Any insight would be very helpful!!
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Im not a uni student but i could help with a study timetable if that help?
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I asked this question last year as I too am a mature student starting this September on a social work course and need to organise nursery for my children.

I was sent an example timetable from one of my university’s reps in here and it showed I’d be in 2 full days 9-3 and one half day until around lunchtime
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