Our study programs provide students with critical-reflective thinking skills necessary to understand the socio-cultural context of their work.
Bachelor of Social Work graduates are aware of the complexity and dynamics of social systems and human behavior. They are committed to values and ethics of Social Work and act according to the principles of social justice. Social workers promote the development of democratic social relations and social integration.
Major modules of the program:
Theory and Practice of Social Work, Social Policy, Sociology, Economics, Social Law and Administration, Psychology, Public Health, and Education. Students are required to spend the 7th semester on placement, depending on their personal interests and institutional possibilities.
For a successful application please follow the steps below:
Entrance Exam (personally or via Skype), topics:
Philip R. J. Harington & Liz Beddoe (2014): Civic practice: A new professional paradigm for social work. Journal of Social Work, Vol. 14, (2), 147–164.
Ambrosino, Rosalie, Heffernan, J., Shuttlesworth, G. & Ambrosino, Robert (2005): Social work and social welfare. An introduction. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole–Thomson Learning.
The applicant has to submit the following documents by uploading them to the online application portal of the University of Pécs:
*Please note: tests have to be taken within a year!