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People interested in applying for the University of Manitoba's Northern Social Work Program have until March 1st to do so.

Program Director Lee Anne Deegan explains jobs pertaining to social work will continue to be in demand saying many of their graduates stay in the north as they pursue their careers.


Deegan walks through the application process for prospective students.....,


“Students come into our program in two different routes.  We have students who come in externally who apply directly to the University of Manitoba and those students have a minimum of 30 credit hours of University level course work at a College so they can just Google Faculty of Social Work Fort Garry Campus of the external students and the application information bulletin and all the details will be there.  Our access students come directly into our program.  They have to be at least 21 years of age and have less than 27 credit hours of University level course work.”


She reports 460 people have graduated from the program since 1988 meaning around ten to 15 students graduate from the program in a given year.


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