Admission Requirements

A bachelor's degree is required for applicants.

Introductory Tests:

Applicants pass an examination test for knowledge of Social Work (Bachelor level).

Program Description

This program is for you if you aspire:

  • Develop your managerial, leadership and creative abilities;
  • Master the competence of a professional manager;
  • Get additional opportunities for professional growth;
  • Become competitive in the labor market.

Graduate students will master subjects such as

  • Management decisions;
  • Effective interaction, conflictology and mediation;
  • Management consulting;
  • Management of social projects and processes;
  • Social entrepreneurship and fundraising;
  • Expert analysis in the social sphere;
  • Marketing research in the social sphere;
  • Social resource organization resource management;
  • Personal management of the head of a social organization;
  • Social risk management, etc.

In the process of studying students are waiting

  • Various trainings and practical work;
  • Master classes in psychology and pedagogy;
  • Individual and group social and psychological counseling;
  • Profession-oriented role-playing games;
  • Heuristic sessions;
  • Discussion clubs;
  • Meetings with successful managers of social institutions.

Career Prospects

Graduates of the master's program continue their education in graduate school. Graduates may be employed:

  • in institutions of social protection of the population;
  • in employment services;
  • in  pension funds;
  • in migration service;
  • in ministries;
  • in colleges and universities
  • in offices of public and private funds
  • and in other management structures.