Do you feel the need to help people around you? Do you like spending time with the elderly? Do you enjoy watching over children? Do you like standing up to those that cannot stand up for themselves?
If you feel positive about any of the above questions, consider choosing Social Work and Human Rights for your bachelor degree. These are studies that will set you down the path of helping others.
Students of this program will learn to work with children and the protections they must be provided in the eyes of the law. Also, they will learn how to provide crisis management and how to work with people in correctional institutions as well as will find out how social programs are built, ran and apply to the social groups in need.
Alumni of this study program will be able to provide high quality social services, strengthen abilities of individuals, groups and communities, to adapt to environment through restoration and strengthening of social links, integration into society and sustaining social participation.
- Secondary education diploma or equivalent including final grades
- Document proving English language level
- Motivational letter
- Passport copy
- Additional educational documents might be required depending on the country of residence.
Provided documents must be in color, have no cut corners (high quality scan).
By submitting the documents applicant agrees for one’s information to be shared with other institutions that the University might refer to while processing the academic verification.
Applicants might be asked to participate in additional knowledge evaluation.