Faculty-Field Liaison/Student Meetings
|FFL||Jan. 9 or 10||Jan. 30 or 31||Feb. 27 or 28||April 24
* all groups meet
2016-2017 Schedule for Year 1 Student Meetings and Workshops
Presentation Materials: Year 1 2016-2017 Practicum Information Sessions – October 2016
Practicum Interviews: Materials from Practicum Interview Workshops – October 2016
International Study Opportunities
The Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work is excited to offer two international study opportunities:
- Hebrew University, Israel
The School of Social Work at Hebrew University in Israel has partnered with the University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work to facilitate course offerings, including the practicum course, in Jerusalem.
For information about the School of Social Work at the Hebrew University, check out the following link: https://new.huji.ac.il/en
For more information about this opportunity, please review the Fact Sheet on MSW Study Opportunity at Hebrew University, Israel
- University of Melbourne, Australia
The School of Social Work at University of Melbourne in Australia has partnered with the University of Toronto Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work to facilitate an MSW practicum experience. The student completes the Year 2 practicum course in the summer following the second year of the two-year MSW program. Convocation would therefore occur in November, following successful completion of the practicum.
For information about the School of Social Work at the University of Melbourne, check out the following link: http://www.socialwork.unimelb.edu.au/
For more information about this opportunity, please review the Fact Sheet on MSW Practicum Opportunity at Melbourne University, Australia.
Competitive Practicum Opportunities
The practicum assignment process does not begin until early November 2016, however, from time to time the Practicum Office learns of opportunities that fall outside of the established process and schedule which may be of interest to you. These practicums cannot be guaranteed as FIFSW students will be competing with students from other academic institutions for a limited number of spaces.