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									                                     2012-2013
                                     European Master in Social Work - Application Form
                                     Please type your application.
                                     Incomplete applications will not be considered for admission.


First semester
The core semester is divided in 2 blocks, the first starting in Groningen in September 2012, the second mid November in Odense.
BLOK 1: Core curriculum – part one (Obligatory)
                         The NETHERLANDS, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen
                         Introduction
                         English Communication: writing skills for social work
                         Scientific competences
                         Distance learning
                         Project management
BLOK 2: Core curriculum – part two (Obligatory)
                        DENMARK, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
                        Comparative social policy

Second and third semester
During the second and third semester, students have to choose 4 of the electives of the table below. During each block, they have a
choice out of three or four electives.
BLOK 3:
                        LITHUANIA, Vilnius University, Vilnius
                        Social work and human rights

                        The NETHERLANDS, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen
                        Psychosocial Rehabilitation

                        DENMARK, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
                        Children and Youth at Risk

                        DENMARK, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
                        EU and social policy reform
BLOK 4:
                        DENMARK, University of Southern Denmark, Odense
                        Knowledge development in social work

                        LITHUANIA, Vilnius University, Vilnius
                        Globalization, Europeanization and social policy

                        The NETHERLANDS, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen
                        Labour participation and social inclusion
BLOK 5:
                        GERMANY, The Catholic University of Applied Science, Freiburg
                        Intercultural social work
                        SPAIN, University of Malaga, Malaga
                        Social law and social protection
                        BULGARIA, Technical University, Gabrovo
                        European labour market policies
BLOK 6:
                        GERMANY, The Catholic University of Applied Science, Freiburg
                        Applied gerontology
                        SPAIN, University of Malaga, Malaga
                        Community intervention in social work
                        BULGARIA, Technical University, Gabrovo
                        Social dynamics in an enlarging Europe
BLOK 7 FINAL MASTER THESIS

                        All Partners

BLOK 8 FINAL MASTER THESIS

                        All Partners


*Please note: electives offered can be subject to change.


PERSONAL DATA

Family name (as it appears on your passport)


First name(s)


Correspondence address


Permanent home address


Telephone number (include dialling codes)

Email (mandatory)
Please ensure email account remains active

Place + date of birth


Nationality


Nationality at birth

Passport number + expiration date
Please make sure you have a valid passport at all
times

Person to notify in case of emergency




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PREVIOUS STUDY AND QUALIFICATIONS
Please list in chronological order all academic studies completed plus any studies currently being pursued. Please enclose certified
copies of your degree(s)/certificates and transcripts of all grades obtained.
From         To             Qualification (to be) obtained and major       Institution of study                        Country of study




WORK EXPERIENCE
Please list details of any work experience and enclose a CV.
From        To          Name of organisation              Position/title             Type of work/duties           Full-time/ Part-time




REFERENCES
Please enclose a letter of reference with your application. Please turn to page seven for guidelines.

Name of referee

Position

Address

Telephone number (including country + area codes)

Email


LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
Mother tongue

Language(s) of instruction at your secondary school
Language(s) of instruction at your institute of higher
education
Other languages

English language proficiency: please enclose a copy of your certified test results

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IELTS/ TOEFL:                                          Date of test:                                    Result:


LETTER OF MOTIVATION

Please write a letter of motivation of approximately 500 words (1 page). As a guide, please describe how you expect the European
Master in Social Work to contribute to your career objectives.




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DISABILITY INFORMATION

Members of the Consortium are fully committed to the implementation of a policy to achieve equal opportunities for all students. In
order to provide appropriate support for disabled students, it is important that any additional needs are outlined at the time of
application. Below, please indicate if you have special needs:




SOURCE OF INFORMATION
Please indicate how you were first informed about the European Master in Social Work.
Website        Educational fair         Brochure           Local University           Agent                 Advertisement

Other, namely:


Internet, namely www.


SIGNATURE

I confirm that the information given on this form is true, complete and accurate and no relevant information has been
omitted, I understand that this application or any subsequent university places offered may be withdrawn by the consortium
members if, in the future, the information provided proves to be inaccurate, either intentionally or unintentionally.


Signature


Date




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This application form should be accompanied by the following documents:

     Certified/legalised copy of your bachelor’s degree and transcripts or grade lists as confirmation of academic
         achievements supporting your application.
        English language requirements:
         IELTS: 6.5, no sub scores below 6.0
         TOEFL : 575 (paper), 232 (computer), 90 (internet)
        A letter of reference
        Curriculum Vitae
        Copy of your passport
        2 passport photographs (name & date of birth on the back)

Incomplete applications cannot be reviewed by the consortium.

Please send your application to:

Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen
European Master in Social Work
Mrs M. van der Haar
P.O. Box 70030
9704 AS Groningen
The Netherlands

Courier address:
Zernikeplein 23
9747 AS Groningen/NL

Tel: + 31 (0)50 595 3361
Fax: +31 (0)50 595 7115
E-mail: m.b.van.der.haar@pl.hanze.nl
www.hanzegroningen.eu

Application deadline: June 15, 2012

Since you are required to sign the forms and accompany them with the appropriate and certified documents, the
consortium does not accept applications in electronic form. Only original applications by postal mail will be
accepted. But we appreciate if you send us an announcement by e-mail, that you send us an application. Your
application will be reviewed within approximately 3 weeks.


After your application has been reviewed, you will receive one of three replies:


UNCONDITIONAL - You have been accepted and you must indicate acceptance or rejection of the offer.

CONDITIONAL - You have been accepted provided that you meet certain conditions, for example you achieve an IELTS
score of 6.5. Once you meet these conditions, you should contact us immediately with proof of meeting the conditions and
we will then send you an unconditional offer letter.

REJECTION - We are sorry but we cannot accept you into the course. Your application will go no further for this course.




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Guidelines for references

We require you to have two referees who can vouch for your academic abilities, personality and suitability for the course you
have applied for. Your referee may be a teacher, head teacher, employer or anyone not related to you but in a position of
professional authority.

Important Information for applicants

      Your referees should be people not related to you by blood or marriage
      Your referees should be qualified to comment on your academic ability
      Reference letters must be submitted on official letterhead and must be signed by the referee and provided with an
       official stamp


Important Information for referees

General

Reference letters must be submitted on official letterhead and must be signed.
Please include the name of the applicant and the programme applied for.
Please include your name, position/status, address, telephone number, fax and/or email address.


Please use the following guidelines in completing a reference:

      Please state how long and in what capacity you have known the applicant
      What do you consider to be his/her main strengths
      Please include detailed information on the results obtained by the applicant or prediction of likely results if the
       applicant has not yet completed their programme of study
      Your assessment of the suitability of the applicant for the particular programme to which he/she is applying
      Please comment on English language proficiency – ability to speak, write and comprehend English, if the applicant’s
       native language is not English




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