The Faculty of Social Work at the Munich campus
The Faculty of Social Work at the Munich campus offers a comprehensive range of degree programmes. In addition to social work, there are programmes in childhood education, educational sciences and management of social and healthcare facilities, offered in various forms of study (full-time or part-time in parallel to work) and qualification (Bachelor's degrees or Master's degrees). There is also the BEFAS degree programme for students with foreign qualifications.
Approximately 40 professors teach at the Faculty of Social Work, Munich. Their expertise is nationally and internationally recognised, and contributes to the KSH’s excellent reputation. The very good performance in university rankings is also particularly due to the personal attention provided by the teachers. Their personal dedication is an expression of the value of conveying knowledge through teaching and research. The generalist approach involves in-depth knowledge in a broad range of subjects, as well as the opportunity for students to develop their characters during their studies. The close integration of the faculties with practical partners in Munich and far beyond validates the claim to being a true university of applied sciences.
The around 1,300 students in the different degree programmes at the Faculty of Social Work, Munich enjoy excellent studying conditions. The campus offers a variety of possibilities to implement customised forms of teaching. The facilities and flexibility of the rooms ensure a highly-communicative orientation of the knowledge transfer in the degree programmes at the faculty. Graduates can expect excellent conditions when starting their careers. The vast majority of the Bachelor’s and Master’s graduates find a job immediately after studying.
The current social developments and requirements are incorporated into the work of the faculty, as well as the questions facing the professions and disciplines represented there. In the university, the faculty represents the interests of teaching, practice and research for its degree programmes in the various committees.