Social Policy and Social Work, Department
Fachbereich Soziale Arbeit at the EvHS Ludwigsburg
- Paulusweg 6
- 71638 Ludwigsburg
- Phone: +49 7141 9745-203
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Special features regarding teachingThe course combines theory and practice through special study formats. In addition to the classic course content, one specialisation is on the reflection of theological, ethical and social science dimensions of social work. Thanks to intensive exchange programmes with partner universities in Europe, we have a strong international orientation in study and teaching. Other specialisations include: Inclusion of research-driven learning, teaching in manageable seminar units with direct discussion with the lecturers, supervision of the learning process, development and improvement of self-reflexiveness.
Special features regarding the international orientationWe offer a degree programme in International Social Work, which is now enhanced by the dual degree in cooperation with the Newman University Birmingham.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsNewman University Birmingham, UK; Universidad Nacional Arturo Juaretche; Diaconia University Finnland; Diakonhjemmet University Norwegen; Mykolas Romeris University, Litauen; ULBS Sibiu, Rumänien; Charles University, Tschechien; Vives University of Applied Sciences, Belgien; Universita degli studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Italien.
Special features regarding the equipmentStudent dormitory on campus; numerous PC workstations for students; additionally two notebook trolleys with 15 PCs each for seminars; flat screens in the foyers for current EH messages, including changes in teaching; well-stocked library; university radio recording studio; notebooks and projectors in every classroom, blended learning and e-learning offers have been established in many courses and are being expanded.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe Institut für Angewandte Forschung (Institute for Applied Research, IAF) at the Evangelische Hochschule Ludwigsburg is available to staff members and students alike as a competence centre for research with a range of resources and expertise. It also groups and coordinates research activities at the University and is the public face of these activities. The content and methodology of the research projects carried out at EH have an inter-disciplinary and multi-perspective approach that demonstrates the different research issues and research traditions of the staff members.
Other special featuresThe concept of the Career & Counselling Centre EH is based on career being defined as a process, a path. The task is about shaping it. The student career begins on the day of application for a degree course; It is one of the tasks of a university to equip students professionally and personally well for the start of their careers and to provide interesting impulses for the further professional career through qualified offers. The university offers suggestions and support to this end.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.eh-ludwigsburg.de/forschung/institut-fuer-angewandte-forschung-iaf/
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