Counseling and Advocacy in Social Law (Master's program)

Beratung und Vertretung im Sozialen Recht (Image: F01)

The program in Counseling and Advocacy in Social Law trains students for fields related to social work. These include support in the implementation of social services, gender-specific counseling, counseling for victims of violence, immigrants and debtors as well as bankruptcy advising, legal assistance and advice on topics such as custodial care, fosterage and legal guardianship.

Further information on the Master's program in Counseling and Advocacy in Social Law is available in German: Counseling and Advocacy in Social Law (Master)

At a Glance

Category Description
Program Counseling and Advocacy in Social Law 
Degree Master of Arts (M.A.) 
Type of program Full-time program 
Beginning of program Winter semester 
Program duration 4 semesters 
Credits 120 ECTS 
Language of instruction German 
Campus Südstadt Campus 
Restricted admission Yes 
Additional requirements Program-related aptitude test 
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