We have four courses that alternate and are given every forth semester. Each semester there is one master course, 15 credits, in English.

ll four courses begin with the same module “The Swedish Model” that presents the Swedish welfare model. Alternating every semester the Swedish Model are thereafter followed by one of four in-depth sections that focus on challenges for social work with ”Social exclusion”, ”Child and family welfare”, ”Mental un-health, alcohol and drug-abuse” and ”Elderly and disabled”

Exhange students can attend the course on master or bachelor level, but the advanced level is available for both exchange and swedish students. The contents and literature are the same on both levels, but the exam differs.

Autumn 2021
The Swedish Model: Challenges for social work with elderly and disabled, 15 credits master and bachelor level (only bachelor students can attend the course on bachelor level)

More information about the course "The Swedish Model: Challenges for social work with elderly and disabled" on advanced level (SU8252)

More information about the corresponding course on bachelor level (SUE118)

Spring 2022
The Swedish Model: Challenges for social work with mental un-health, alcohol and drug- abuse 15.0 credits master and bachelor level (only bachelor students can attend the course on bachelor level)

More information about the course "Challenges for social work with mental un-health, alcohol and drug- abuse" on advanced level (SU8253)

More information about the corresponding course on bachelor level (SUE119)

Autumn 2022

The Swedish Model: Challenges for social work with Child and Family Welfare, 15 credits master and bachelor level (only bachelor students can attend the course on bachelor level)

More information about the course "Challenges for social work with Child and Family Welfare" on advanced level (SU8254)

More information about the corresponding course on bachelor level (SUE120) 

Spring 2023
The Swedish Model: Challenges for social work with social exclusion, 15 credits master and bachelor level (only bachelor students can attend the course on bachelor level)

More information about the course "Challenges for social work with social exclusion" on advanced level (SU8255)

More information about the corresponding course on bachelor level (SUE121

The courses are open for international students. International students apply via the central Swedish application site: www.universityadmissions.se 

For more information click on How to apply

 

Foto: Eva Dalin
Photo: Eva Dalin