The University of Warwick has a long established reputation for delivering high-quality social work training and this year saw the launch of an exciting new development, our BA (Hons) Social Work. This degree apprenticeship has been designed in conjunction with employers at a range of local councils and has been approved by the HCPC.
Whilst we focus on this new development and consider the social work landscape, we will take the time to review our Master’s in Social Work and will not currently be accepting applications for the Master’s programme. We will continue to work with local authorities, employers and partnership agencies to develop our social work provision for the future. Our graduates are keenly sought and have strong employment prospects as social workers in a variety of statutory, voluntary and private organisations.
Teaching Fellow in Social Work, James McGeoghegan, discusses his journey from studying his BA (Hons) Social Studies 2+2 route here to achieving his Master's in Social Work. He now teaches on the MA Social Work degree...
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Our graduates are keenly sought and have strong employment prospects as social workers in a variety of statutory, voluntary and private organisations.
Staff research interests
The teaching interests and expertise of the social work group include:
• children’s physical and emotional well-being
• child protection, gender and domestic violence
• men, masculinities and health
• power in child protection
• critical social work
• gender and health inequalities
• the positive use of ICT and social media in teaching and practice
• working with people who have physical impairments and learning difficulties
• communication and inter-professional learning