Empowering people and communities. Building connections between locals and organizations. Contributing to a more just and inclusive global society. Sound like you? Start making a difference today by signing up for International Social Work at HAN!
Today we face all kinds of global issues. Natural disasters. Migration. Climate change. Interreligious conflict. Poverty. Issues that need more than a just a quick fix. That’s where you as a social worker come in. You empower communities to tackle such issues from the ground up. Always in collaboration with the involved parties. And always in a sustainable manner.
International Social Work at HAN:
- One of a kind
This is the only international bachelor degree in social work in the Netherlands.
- Community development
At the end of this program, you’ll be a specialist in community development. A growing field within social work.
Spend loads of time gaining experience in the field. Putting the theory into practice. Having immediate impact.
- Creative methods
Focus on creative methods within social work. Sport. Art. Drama. Music. Games. Use these to connect and activate people.
Fakten zum Studiengang
HochschuleHogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen (HAN)
FachrichtungSoziales und Verhalten
AbschlussBachelor of Arts
4 Jahr Studienzeit
Kosten EU: 2143 EUR/Jahr
Kosten Nicht-EU: 7399 EUR/Jahr
International Social Work at HAN trains you to work together with local communities in an international setting. You work systematically and with proven methods. Setting up projects. Liaising with local and international contacts. Connecting people. Your aim? To empower the individuals and communities you work with so they become more resilient and self-reliant.
- Social Worker in Community Development
- Social Worker in a Multicultural Setting
- International Project Leader in Community Development
To be accepted into International Social Work at HAN, you need to meet 2 main admission requirements: your prior education and English fluency.
You must have a certificate of secondary education that is at a comparable level to Dutch secondary education: e.g. Havo or Vwo, Level 4 diploma from a Dutch MBO college, International Baccalaureate, Abitur or Fachhochschulreife, General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE-A level), High school with A or B grades, Sekolah Menegah Atas (SMA).
German Abitur and Hochschulreife and the Dutch Havo, Vwo and level 4 diploma from a Dutch MBO college with English are considered to be of sufficient proof of proficiency.