Knowledge and experience related to creative and aesthetic work methods will be in focus, and the course also covers knowledge of human rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In small groups, the students will plan and carry out a project in the field of practice based on activities and aesthetic methods.
Creative methods in child welfare and social work is an international course for students taking the Bachelor Programme in Child Care and Welfare, the Bachelor's Programme in Social Work and students from OsloMet’s international partner institutions.
The student must have completed and passed the second year of the Bachelor Programme in Child Care and Welfare Work or the Bachelor's Programme in Social Work.
How to apply
International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.
Application deadline: 15 April.
The course is taught through lectures, self-study, group work and other teaching methods as needed. The students will plan and carry out a project in small groups, where creative and aesthetic methods are used in work with children and young people. A large degree of student activity is required throughout the course. The course will be taught in English if students from abroad are enrolled.
For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (student.oslomet.no).
There is no semester fee for exchange students.
Exam and assessment
The exam comprises a group project report and an oral presentation. The report should build on experience the students acquire through the course and from carrying out the project in the field of practice. The report and presentation will be assessed together.
Questions about this course?
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