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Bachelor Degrees in Social Work in Japan

A bachelor is a degree that can be obtained after three to four years of study. Completing a bachelor’s degree may provide graduates with more career opportunities and the chance to earn more money in their lifetime.Social work programs concentrate on teaching students how to help others in need through community programs, counseling sessions, and support groups. Social workers may spend the… Read more

A bachelor is a degree that can be obtained after three to four years of study. Completing a bachelor’s degree may provide graduates with more career opportunities and the chance to earn more money in their lifetime.

Social work programs concentrate on teaching students how to help others in need through community programs, counseling sessions, and support groups. Social workers may spend their time helping families escape the cycle of poverty, supporting individuals as they free themselves of addiction, or counseling people who suffer from mental illness.

Japan has one of the highly integrated higher education systems in Asia. Japans approach to science and technology is highly rated thus their education levels very structured from childhood to primary through secondary to tertiary levels. With 126 million people living in Japan it has a cultural rich environment. Greater Tokyo area is the largest metropolitan area in the world, with over 30 million residents.

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Aomori, Japan

In the Department of Social Welfare of our university, we are focusing on training social workers who have practical skills. Focusing on the person in need of support and the ... +

In the Department of Social Welfare of our university, we are focusing on training social workers who have practical skills. Focusing on the person in need of support and the environment surrounding the person, you can learn a wide range of topics, from assistance to individuals to working on measures, based on knowledge in the micro and macro fields. The pass rate of the national examination is also maintained at the top class, and many of the graduates are active in the fields of social welfare, medical care, and administration. -
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