Master in Innovation and Research for Social Work and Social Education
By choosing this study programme, you will gain competences in the management of social services - state-funded or private - and you will also improve your research skills.
South Tyrol has a long tradition of being attentive to the needs and the well-being of its citizens. At a time in history in which the resources allocated for welfare are increasingly limited, administrators have to combine the effectiveness of social support programmes with their financial sustainability. The goal of this study programme is to train the professionals who will be able to innovate the welfare state. The peculiarity of this course is precisely the development of a framework aimed at developing innovative methods of introduction and management of social services.
Structure of the course
In addition to the disciplines traditionally taught in a Master degree course about the management and policy of the welfare state - such as research methods for welfare policy, values and professional cultures, administrative law, criminal justice and quantitative analysis - this Master degree course allows you to explore more in depth subjects like participatory evaluation of welfare intervention, elaboration, development and assessment of welfare policy and management and valorisation of human resources.
Exchange programmes and internships
At the moment we are partnered with more than 30 universities all over the world and part of a large collaboration network with employers in Italy and abroad where you can undertake your compulsory internship of a minimum of 200 hours.
Those who obtain a degree in Innovation and Research for Social Work and Social Education can aspire to a management career within the social services in government or private organisations (charities). You will also be able to use your competences as a consultant in the sector of social services and education.
This study programme is particularly suitable for graduates in social work, social education and education studies, but is also open to graduates from other disciplines. Any degree from another degree class or any degree gained abroad must be recognised as being adequate.
In order to register for the course, you will be required to prove that you have a C1 level of competence for the first language and B2 in the second language. At the end of the programme, you’ll be required to prove that you have achieved a C1 level in two languages and a B1 level in the third. If you don't have an official language certification, you can take a language exam at our university.
Early Bird - for EU and non-EU citizens: 1 March - 27 April 2018, noon
Late Application - for EU citizens only: 17 May - 18 July 2018, noon.
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