Social Policy and Social Work, Department
Fakultät Soziale Arbeit at the KatSH München/Bened.
- Don Bosco Straße 1
- 83671 Benediktbeuern
- Phone: +49 8857 88500
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Special features regarding teachingThe KSH Munich, Benediktbeuern campus, offers the following additional training in addition to the regular courses in the Bachelor Social Work: Additional theological qualification (TZ), additional qualification environmental and experience education (EPZ), additional music education (MUZA). The teaching is structured in a dialogue based way and is systematically evaluated. Double major with “Religious Education and Ecclesiastical Educational Work” is possible.
Special features regarding the international orientationStudy trips to Sweden, London, Salzburg, Greece and Israel take place every year. International contacts with partner universities and practice places in various countries are intensively cultivated. English-language events are offered (including by visiting lecturers, visiting professors, etc.). The close cooperation between the international office of the university and the Faculty of Social Work on the Benediktbeuern campus guarantees individual, personal support for students abroad or during their internship abroad.
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 equipmentStudents can use computers with software (including SPSS, MAXQDA, GrafStat) and borrowable tablets. Each lecture hall is equipped with a computer, projector, whiteboard and moderation boards. There is also an interactive board and a 3D printer. There is also a photo studio, music rooms and a music / media recording studio, a (sports) hall for social pedagogical exercises and a workshop (for working with ceramics, wood, etc.). The library is excellently equipped. Offers in experiential education take place, among other things, in the nearby mountains.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe focus here is on activities in the field of music and media education, human rights from a historical perspective and in the competence centre "Zukunft Alter". In cooperation with various partners from practice and research, there are various projects ("Survey of the 75+ generation of the city of Bad Tölz", "Quality development process for Bavarian multi-generational houses" etc.) as well as the implementation of specialist days (for example "Humane penal systems for advanced age", "Places of encounter. Connecting generations - strengthening cohesion ").
Other special featuresThe Benediktbeuern campus is part of a listed monastery that was founded by the Benedictines over a millennium ago and is now managed by Don Bosco's Salesians. It is a lively place with numerous attractive facilities that brings together creative and charismatic people of different generations. Against the background of a Christian-shaped image of people and society, emphasis is placed on successful theory-practice transfer as well as structurally anchored and active student participation in the courses.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.ksh-muenchen.de/hochschule/forschung-und-entwicklung/
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