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Can I study a master's degree in social work without a background in social work?

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    The answer is yes, you can. Social work has become increasingly popular and in high demand among our international students, it offers career opportunities to work with individuals, families, communities and societies. Students must have completed a bachelor degree, along with an overall score of seven point zero in aisles and in each band. However, watch out for the strict application deadlines due to its quota and practicum placement for the students.

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