The study programme is designed to train Social Workers who are competent in Social Work practice and are prepared to introduce professional innovations while protecting human rights and representing the values of social justice. As professionals, they utilize their extensive knowledge and specific competencies on human behaviour and on social systems; thereby serving purposes of social integration, strengthening democratic relations, and promoting human development. They are able to elaborate on social issues and conduct research to work out professional alternatives; to design, manage and evaluate social services; and represent the profession in a variety of public spheres. Professional requirements are in accordance with international scientific results and professional expectations. Students are prepared to continue their studies to obtain a PhD degree.
Skype interview for Social Work MA
The interview takes around 10-15 minutes. During this interview our colleagues are going to ask questions about your:
To get a picture about your analytical ability, language comprehension, general awareness and awareness of socio-political issues, kindly ask you to read one of the articles listed below. (This article will be discussed at the interview.)
Global issues Overview. United Nations. https://www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/global-issues-overview/ (Choose one topic)
Baldock, P. (1974) Community Work and Social Work. London, Routledge & K. Paul http://www.kka.hu/_Kozossegi_Adattar/Azadatt.nsf/02001425b1246fe38525664000665c75/743e0949c61d03f9c1256ab60044250d/$FILE/community%20work.doc
For a successful application please follow the steps below:
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!
If you have any questions about the program, please contact:
Ms Viktória Borda
Phone: +36 72 503-600/23542
For further information please contact:
Ms. Vanda BŐCZIN-SIRKECI
Phone: + 36 72 501 600/64127; +36 30 186 1686