The application Protal is now open for the september 2022 intake
APPLY HERE: LINK TO APPLICATION PORTAL
You must choose master programmes and then search for Erasmus+ programme in Advanced Development and Social Work (ADVANCES).
When you apply you must upload the following documents. It is also important that you name the documents correctly (e.g. Application form. Firstname Surname)
- Completed ADVANCES Application Form
- Curriculum vitae (CV), in freestyle format
- One professional reference on headed paper (only work related)*
- Passport copy
- Degree certificate
- Certified translation of degree certificate into English (if applicable)
- Transcript of marks
- Certified translation of transcript of marks into English (if applicable)
- Copy of professional licence or registration as a qualified social worker (if applicable)
- Certified translation of professional social work licence into English (if applicable)
- Proof of English-language ability (if applicable)
* One professional reference on headed paper (500-800 WORDS)
The reference should be written on organisational notepaper by a manager or senior colleague who is familiar with your practice. The reference does not need to be from your current employer, but the referee should have had close oversight of your work for at least one year.
Details to include:
- How long and in what capacity the referee has known the applicant
- The role and tasks that the applicant has performed in the organisation
- Example(s) of good social work practice by the applicant
- Areas of practice that the applicant needs to develop
- The importance of an advanced social work education to the applicant’s career and to the social sector in the applicant’s country
- Basic details about the organisation and its work with service users
- Full contact details and signature
Note: The reference should ideally be written in English. If this is difficult, then candidates may provide a certified translation of the original document.
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