Social Policy and Social Work, Department
Fachbereich Sozialarbeit / Sozialpädagogik at the EvHS Darmstadt
- Zweifalltorweg 12
- 64293 Darmstadt
- Phone: +49 6151 8798-0
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Special features regarding teachingThe degree course is committed to a culture of society that encompasses dialogical didactics and participative learning in study and teaching. The focus here is on: (1) the analysis of social conditions of participation and exclusion, (2) the development of professional skills and (3) the reflection of ethical foundations. The course is characterised by its pronounced curricular combination of the university and professional practice as places of learning. This includes four integrated practical phases in the total workload of two semesters.
Special features regarding the international orientationApart from define mobility windows for longer stays abroad, there may also be shorter study trips abroad within study groups with key themes.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsFH JOANNEUM Graz, Österreich; Institut Régional du Travail Social - Aquitaine (IRTS), Frankreich; Institute of Technology Tralee, Irland; Universitat Ramon Llull, Spanien; Universidad de la Rioja, Spanien; Universidad Centroamericana, Nicaragua; Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz - Hochschule für Soziale Arbeit, Diaconia University of Applied Sciences,Finnland, VID Specialised University, Nowegen, Haute École Libre Mosane, Belgien.
Special features regarding the equipmentAll seminar rooms are equipped with multimedia and presentation technology. WiFi is available across the university, public PC workstations, a range of information terminals for the latest information and announcements on courses in all buildings. Various dictation machines, photo cameras, mobile projectors and notebooks are also available for students to borrow.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe content of specialisation areas relates to: Theories, approaches and methods, social work as an applied science, research-based learning with respect to organisation and living environments, subject-socialisation-development as well as participation and social exclusion.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.eh-darmstadt.de/forschung/
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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