Social Policy and Social Work, Department
Fakultät Soziale Arbeit at the KatSH München
- Preysingstraße 83
- 81667 München
- Phone: +49 89 48092-1271
Job market- and career-orientation
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Special features regarding teachingThe KSH provides specialist training in the field of social work and provides a framework that allows students to reflect on their professional activities in the context of philosophical and theological values. The KSH Munich sets accents with the wide range of social work ethics and the theological additional qualifications. The student body is actively involved in the design of the university and the range of courses and receives its own "political" time window. The compatibility of study and family is given special consideration in the course.
Special features regarding the international orientationIn Childhood Education, various modules offer international exchange of experience through additional qualification programmes for students with international degrees. In the degree course in Social Work (BA), the large number of Erasmus students are to be mentioned (more than 10% incoming, approx. 25% outgoings). The International Social Work module offers not only English-taught courses, but also a broad spectrum of study trips in and outside of Europe.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsSeinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Seinäjoki, Finnland; Stockholm University, Stockholm, Schweden; University College Copenhagen, Kopenhagen, Dänemark; Hogeschool Utrecht, Ütrecht, Niederlande; ESEIS - Ecole Supérieure en Européenne de l´Intervention Sociale, Straßburg, Frankreich; Leeds Becket University, Leeds, UK; Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spanien; Università di Verona, Verona, Italien;Univerza v Ljubljani, Ljubljana, Slowenien; Univerzita Palackého v Olomouci; Olmütz, Tschechische Republik.
Special features regarding the equipmentRental of various media to teachers and students, for example moderation material, notebooks, projectors, digital film cameras, TV-DVD-Video system, audio recorders, radio microphone, sound system, lighting system, forum game with game consoles. Common software for processing qualitative and quantitative empirical data (SPSS, Maxqda) is also accessible via the university. The inventory of social sciences electronic databases (SOLIT, Carelit, CINAHL, JURIS) and digital sources of information (approx. 9,000 e-books and e-journals) of the library has been expanded considerably in recent years.
Special features regarding research and developmentKSH Munich has its own centre for research and development. This supports researchers and research projects from application to reporting and evaluation. There are ongoing projects in the area of Social Work and related subjects. Research projects are primarily conducted with regional cooperation partners with the participation of students.
Other special featuresStructural connection of teaching and practice: double teaching staff in courses with special practical and action relevance; applies to courses in action theory and practical seminars; staffing here with professors and experts from practice (unique selling point). Area of specialisation: free choice and consensus election process by students; teaching participation by experts from practice here too (coteaching). Structurally rooted and active student participation in the self-administration of the higher education institution.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.ksh-muenchen.de/hochschule/forschung-und-entwicklung/zentrum-fuer-forschung-und-entwicklung/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.ksh-muenchen.de/hochschule/campus-muenchen/einrichtungen-muenchen/studierendensekretariat-muenchen/zulassungsvoraussetzungen/
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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