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Studying Social Work at Bradford

Become a Social Work England accredited social worker, equipped to practice in a range of settings with our BA (Hons) Social Work course.

You'll study subjects such as:
human rights
social justice
ethics and values in social work
effective communication
social policy and legislation
psychology and sociology

Find out what it's really like studying Social Work at Bradford by chatting directly to our Social Work student Ikrah here. :wavey:

Career prospects
There are a wide range of opportunities available in the public sector: in local authorities, the criminal justice field, social service departments, voluntary sector organisations, family service units, resource centres, women's aid, counselling schemes, residential or day care work, and in both the local and national civil service. Many of our graduates also go on to work in the private sector or go on to further study, teaching and research.

"Social workers are champions of human rights. We work alongside people during the most difficult times of their lives. People experiencing poverty, disadvantage, discrimination and abuse."

Dr Trevor Rodgers-Gray on studying Social Work.


I'll also share some student profiles in the comments below that you may find interesting :smile:


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