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Bachelor of Social Work with Honours | Master of Social Work (Qualifying) | Make a more Equal and Inclusive World | Study Social Work here

BACHELOR
OF SOCIAL WORK WITH HONOURS

Eligibility: Refer to entry requirements   Duration: 4 years min 7 years max
Location: Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast

Undertake 1,000 hours of supervised professional Fieldwork Placements in Tasmania; a microcosm of the world, which provides metropolitan, rural and remote experiences with diverse social work client groups, communities and organisations.

Our graduates are not only qualified, but positioned to shape the future of the industry, because the focus of our courses have been designed to meet existing and future workforce demands and issues.

Tasmania is a special place; a small island state with a small population. That enables our programs to provide a highly interactive and supportive learning environment in each of the three regions of Tasmania. Work with potential employees through our highly-connected Social Work sector.

Our Social Work academics have experience in the Social Work sector, with some continuing to practice. Our students and academics are well known for their engagement with local communities where we have a strong track record of making a difference to peoples lives.

Students graduate as creative and ethical communicators enabled to respond to social justice and human rights challenges in ways that are culturally sensitive, principled, and effective. They develop collaborative team skills and macro level practice strategies by working with individuals, families, groups, organisations and communities.

Please note the information on this page does not apply to international students.

What is Social Work?

Social Workers aim to enhance individual and community wellbeing by addressing structural challenges that are harmful to people, such as discrimination, inequality, violence and other forms of oppression—focusing on social justice and human rights.

Social Work can assist in generating sustainable change by engaging in interpersonal practice, groupwork, advocacy, community work and social action to address both personal difficulties and public issues.

Through their advocacy, Social Workers utilise skills in research, social policy development, administration, management, consultancy, education, training, supervision and evaluation to affect positive social change.

Graduate as a creative and ethical communicator who respectfully uses knowledge to meet the needs of diverse social work client groups, communities and organisations.

In the right headspace

Social Work graduate Ella Baker-Condon is helping some of society’s most at-risk and in-need people as a social worker for Headspace, a free youth-focused health service.

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