One of the most vital parts of your application is your postgraduate personal statement, so you need to convince admissions tutors that you deserve a place on a course. Take a look at our personal statement examples for inspiration. A Masters personal statement is a piece of writing that you submit as part of your postgraduate application. It's your first real chance to sell yourself to the university and to demonstrate to admissions tutors that you're right for the course.
How to write a personal statement for Masters courses
Personal Statement Social Work Postgraduate - Master of Social Work
A good personal statement can mean the difference between getting an offer and being rejected. Your personal statement should show us that you are the right person for the course. Alternatively, you can see our advice for writing a UCAS personal statement. A personal statement is a piece of writing that you submit as part of your application.
This two-year programme is provided under the new framework for Social Work qualifications. It is a joint professional practice and academic award. On successful completion of the programme you will be eligible to apply for registration with the regulatory body Social Work England.
Our social work personal statements will inspire you to write your own unique statement, and help you understand how students have successfully applied for this course in the past. Find out more. Skip to main content.