Social Work

 Whilst studying Social Work at Edge Hill you’ll be taught by a team of qualified and registered social workers, including approved mental health practitioners who will share their own experiences and pass on expertise about interventions, perspectives and settings.

This webpage will give you an insight into the facilities available to our students and life at Edge Hill as a Social Work student.

Hear from our students

Want to know more about what you can expect from studying Social Work at Edge Hill? In the video below, Emma explains what you can expect from the course and why she chose to study at Edge Hill:

Social Work student Brittney

“I thought the course would be mainly lectures, but I’ve been surprised at the facilities we have for practising and role-playing what we’ve learnt. I’ve really enjoyed using the Better at Home training facilities, which is a simulated home environment for practising home visits and assessments. It’s very realistic, it actually feels like walking into someone’s house. We worked with real service users on a range of different scenarios – that was such useful preparation to get us ready for our placements.”

Brittney, current BA (Hons) Social Work student
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Chat to our students

Whether you want to know more about Nursing at Edge Hill, have questions about student life and the local area or just want to chat about studying at Edge Hill, our students are happy to help.

“I’m currently in my third year at Edge Hill studying Children’s Nursing and Social Work. I chose Edge Hill mainly due to the unique course, but also fell in love with the campus after visiting. Moving to a new place with brand new people was an amazing experience for me and I hope to help you understand more about university life whether that be social or academic.”

Laurey, current MNSW Child Nursing and Social Work student

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