Information Session: Postgraduate study in Social Work, Social and Community Leadership, Professional Supervision and Counselling Event as iCalendar

(CHSSWK)

25 May 2017

6 - 7:30pm

Venue: A201, Epsom Campus

Location: 60 Epsom Avenue, Epsom

Website: Register here

Do I have time for postgraduate study?

What can I study? What’s the difference between all these options?

What kind of support is there for me to succeed?

How can I get started?

Come and get the answers to your questions at this information session for people considering postgraduate study in Social Work, Counselling, Professional Supervision or Social and Community Leadership.

 

Are you considering adding to your current qualification and expertise?

Gain a higher qualification to support you career goals. Advance your expertise in an area of personal interest. Focus on a professional practice area. Whatever your motivations to consider postgraduate study, this information session is a fantastic opportunity to see how the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work can support and assist you to reach your goals.

Find out about taught courses, research opportunities, how you can mix the two together and what programme is best suited to your needs and aspirations.


Benefits of attending an information session:

  • Speak with academic staff and programme advisers from the School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work to get advice on programmes and courses in your area of interest.
  • Hear about the different pathways and postgraduate qualifications you can study.
  • Hear from current students and graduates.
  • Network with current and other prospective postgraduate students.
  • Ask questions about applying and enrolling and entry requirements.
  • Find out about scholarships and the support available for postgraduate students.


This event will include information on these postgraduate programmes:

Social and Community Leadership

Professional Supervision

Social Work

Counselling

Doctoral study

 

Do you want to become a social worker?

There will be a separate session running at the same time for people interested in the Master of Social Work (Professional) starting in Feb/March 2018.

This is a unique degree for people who wish to move into a career in social work by gaining a social work qualification at masters level.

Read more about the Master of Social Work (Professional)

 

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You might also be interested in this event: Postgraduate Provocation – the truth about postgrad
Hear first-hand about the realities of postgraduate study and pick up some wisdom along the way to help you succeed. An honest and open discussion between current Education and Social Work students about the little tricks, challenges and how to overcome them. Tuesday 23 May 2017.

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