Masters Advanced Development Work – Erasmus Mundus & is available to undertake Masters level programs at Aalborg University.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Contribution to travel, visa, installation, and other costs Portionicipation costs, including tuition fees and insuranceMonthly Stipend
The ADVANCES programme is open to students who meet the
following minimum conditions
Bachelor degree in social work (or closely related subject –
especially if social work does not exist as a university subject in your
Professional license as social worker (if required by law in
One year of full-time work or two years of part
time/voluntary work experience in the social sector
English competence equivalent to 6.5 Academic IELTS
(including a minimum of 6.0 in Speaking and Writing and minimum of 5.5 in
Listening and Reading
All transcripts or academic records must be official
documents provided in the original language. If these documents are not in
English, they must be accompanied by translations into English.
Diplomas/certificates and transcripts must always be translated into English
and certified by either your home institution or a certified translator.
When you want to apply you must upload:
Your professional full time/part-time/voluntary experience must have included direct work with clients and users of social services. This is because the course focuses on applied practice skills and contains a high element of reflection on past experience. Applicants who have worked in other areas (e.g. project management, policy) will not be considered eligible.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE REQUIREMENTS
All students who enroll on ADVANCES must hold an IELTS (Academic) qualification that is valid until at least October 2021. You can apply to ADVANCES without proof of your English proficiency, but obtaining the required certificate will be a condition of any offer and would need to be completed by May 2021.
App at application portal
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