Social Work (B.A.)
Social Work deals with topics which are of relevance to society with the aim of improving social situations. All social work aims to enable people to develop their potential and shape their life and their social interactions as they wish.
The programme equips students with the ability to interact on the professional level. On graduation, you are qualified to plan, design, monitor, teach, evaluate and further develop social work interactions in a scientific and practically relevant way.
Very good ranking results: In the German national CHE university ranking published in the ZEIT newspaper, the Social Work degree programme at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences was awarded very good marks in several categories.
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This full-time degree programme awards 210 Credits (workload 750 hrs per semester).
Please send any questions you may have about the degree programme to:
Degree programme leaflet
Facts and Figures - at a glance
|Degree awarded||Bachelor of Arts|
|Faculty||Social Work, Education and Nursing Sciences|
|Campus||Esslingen Hilltop Campus|
|Number of semesters||7|
|Language of instruction||German|
For the summer semester: up to January 15thFor the winter semester: up to July 15th
INTERNATIONAL Specialisation (optional)
Application and Admission
Please submit your application for this degree programme via the Hochschulstart.de portal.
The curriculum for the degree programme and detailed descriptions of the programme modules are contained in the Module Catalogue.Module Catalogue Social Work (B.A.) (German Version)
With a Bachelor of Social Work you can:
- work with children and their families
- work in children’s daycare facilities
- undertake social work in schools, peripatetic youth work
- work with chronically ill people
- work with disabled people
- work with offenders
- help homeless people
- support elderly people and their families
- work with addicts and potential addicts
- work in the migration society
- work in the field of occupational integration.