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New Course in Social Work, Welfare & Justice at University College Dublin

Published 09 June 2020

University College Dublin has designed a new postgraduate course for those with interest in social work, social welfare and policy making. The course is open for September entry at UCD and is called the MSocSc in Social Work, Welfare and Justice. This course is recommended for practicing social workers who wish to improve their analytical and management skills through post qualifying studies. The MScoSc programme is also a great pathway for students interested in pursuing a research career in policy making and analysis in the field of social justice and social policy. 

MSocSc can be studied as a 1-year full-time or 2-year part-time course and provides a range of learning opportunities in various fields including housing, health and social care, drugs and alcohol in the society, gender equality, migration, social practice, family and social work. University College Dublin is a global Irish university recognised for teaching and research excellence. Considered in the top 1% of higher education institutes worldwide, UCD offers degree programmes with high employability and a career support service to help international students. 

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