Social work education has been delivered at the Centre for Social Work at the University of Nottingham for over 60 years.
We are ranked 2nd for social work in the UK in The Complete University Guide 2020.
The Centre for Social Work delivers the three-year undergraduate BA Social Work and the two-year postgraduate MA Social Work; both of which meet the standards for registration as a Social Worker in England.
We are well-known for the distinctiveness of our approach, which includes:
- involving social work practitioners and service users in our teaching
- working closely with our local partner agencies to ensure you get the best possible learning experience on placement as well as in the classroom
- often achieving 100% graduate employment rates
We also provide continuing professional development opportunities for qualified practitioners.
Nottingham is a world-leading research university and social work staff are nationally and internationally renowned for their high-quality research which informs all our teaching.
Social work at the University of Nottingham is also enriched by having a strong community of PhD students. The research, books, journal articles and contributions to the media produced by our staff and graduate students not only produce knowledge that makes the Centre for Social Work an exciting, rich place to study, but impacts directly on social work policy and practice.