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How do I become a social worker in Australia?

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    Social work is in huge demand in Australia, especially after covid-19, so to be a social worker in Australia, you can study Bachelor of Social Work, which is of four years, or you can enroll in Masters of Social Work, which is of two years for bachelors. You don't need any background. However, from Masters of Social Work, some of the universities ask for relevant background again. To know more, see our consulars.

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