Institute of Health & Management
Bachelor of Social Work
The Institute of Health & Management, Australia (IHM) offers accredited postgraduate courses in health, management, research and nursing for both domestic and international students through campuses in Rosanna, Sydney, Perth, and Melbourne and also online. Founded in 2012 as the Institute of Health and Management Pty Ltd, the Institute is accredited by the Australian government’s Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). IHM is also registered on the Commonwealth Register of Institutions and Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS). IHM’s advanced learning courses are meticulously developed on par with global standards and delivered by experienced faculty with a focus on excellence, both online and through campus-based programs. The blended delivery modes allow students to successfully balance their work and study schedules. IHM leverages new technologies and learning platforms to empower learners with specialist courses that will help them to develop and enhance their skills. IHM belongs to the Health Careers Group, a group of organizations headquartered in Australia and committed to building international careers and to creating solutions for quality education and employment. IHM brings you the EPIQRN program in collaboration with various leading institutes in Australia.
Selected University details
- Institute of Health & Management
- Duration : 4 Years
- Delivery mode : On Campus/Blended
- IELTS overall 7 no band less than 6
- Applicants are required to be 18 years old and above with higher secondary qualification.
The aim of the IHM Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) is to provide accessible, quality, professional social work education at a foundational level to produce graduates who can practice within 21st century human services agencies and diverse communities and societies.
The Bachelor of Social Work emphasizes the wellbeing and building of relationships with individuals, families, and communities and linking the local with the global. The Bachelor of Social Work explores social care, health and wellness programs and initiatives that seek to locate and create systems and relationships that are preventative and educative in nature.
Graduates of the BSW will be able to influence local, national, and global social policy impacting all peoples and communities. The IHM Bachelor of Social Work offers significant interaction between students, their peers, social work academics, and social work/human services agencies that will provide the knowledge, skills and professional relationship building required to produce the quality and practice-ready graduates that are required by the social work profession.
The course has Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) accreditation.
After completing the course, you will get employed in the fields of:
- Child and family services
- Child protection
- Refugee and Settlement
- Mental Health
- Year 12 completion or Certificate IV completion or equivalent, studied in English, work and/or volunteer experience in human services will be considered alongside education requirements.
- English Language entry is an academic IELTS level of at least 7 with no band less than 6.0, or equivalent scores in OET/PTE/ other recognised English examination (note: IELTS is not required if an applicant has studied an Australian equivalent qualification in English for 12 months or more in the past 5 years), or
- Direct entry through a pass in an Australian English for Academic Purpose (EAP) course with the minimum score of 70%, or
- Pathway entry with credits, completion of an Australian VET Diploma in Community services or Youth Work or Mental Health, or
- Completion of an Overseas BSW (verified) allows an applicant/student to receive up to 8-unit credits.
- Australian based studies in relevant bachelor programs can also be considered up to a maximum of 12-unit credits in total pathway entry with credit for Year 1 and 2 for applicants with an Australian Bachelor’s degree in Community Work, Youth Work, Human Services, or other Bachelor degrees that are deemed relevant