|Study location||Poland, Rzeszów|
|Tuition fee||€3,500 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
Have a real impact
Social work practice focus on the understanding of the human development, behaviour, and social, economic, and cultural interactions. Social work professionals have a positive impact on society, they work with people in need. Thanks to social workers there is a development of awareness of Civil Rights. They push through unemployment insurance, disability pay, and workers’ compensation. Additionally, they reduce mental health stigma and child abuse and neglect prevention.
The study programme is developed under the watchful eye of experts from the industry. The emphasis on practical classes provides maximum opportunities to develop the skills necessary for your future career. The practical knowledge, which can be obtained during education, provides support for the competencies gained.
More than the studies
Upon completion of your bachelor’s degree in social work, you have a recognized professional qualification. During the studies, you develop strong interpersonal skills, exercise empathy and become an effective communicator, listener and critical thinker. Those aspects will contribute to guaranteed success in this career, as well as will benefit in personal life.
UITM Diploma recognized worldwide
After completing the Social Work at UITM you can either return to your home country or start a professional career in any chosen country in the world.
Social Work History, Theories and Values
Social Work Law and Policy
Methodology of Social Work
Social Policy in Poland and in Europe
Personal Business Model
Sociology of Family
Obtaining Funds for Social Projects
Old Age and Ageing Processes
Social Work with People with Disabilitie
Addiction Issues – Prevention Programs
Social welfare centers
Family support organizations
Educational and care facilities
Nursing homes for elderly and disabled people
Organizational units for employment and counteracting unemployment
Facilities for homeless and addicted people
Non-governmental organizations dealing with diagnosing and counteracting social problems