Bachelor of Educator In Childhood Social Services Program By Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna |Top Universities
Subject Ranking

# 151-200QS Subject Rankings

Tuitionfee

$6120/year Tuition fee(EUR)

Scholarship

YesScholarships

Main Subject Area

Education and TrainingMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The Educator in Childhood Social Services first cycle degree programme aims to provide the professional competencies required by anyone wishing to become an educator for nurseries or a childcare worker in various community pre-school services and family support services such asplay groups and parent-children centres.
In order to acquire these professional competencies, the degree programme offers basic theoretical skills(pedagogical, psychological and social, anthropological) to provide knowledge of childhood conditions in modern society and of the main existing models of pedagogical and didactic intervention, as well as operational skills functional to the practical implementation of educational activities in the service sector. These competencies are the core of the first year of the degree programme, during which students study the disciplines of educational sciences(pedagogy, psychology, sociology and anthropology) focusing on specific content for children, as well as passing a test of knowledge of the required language. In fact, at the end of their training, graduates in Educator in Childhood Social Services also have a B1 level in a foreign language.
In the second year of the degree programme, special emphasis is placed on competencies related to teaching and planning in order to allow the professional to acquire adequate tools for educational planning and programming, as well as a high degree of skills in analysing both the individual and collective educational needs of children. Finally, the degree programme provides competencies that enable professionals to communicate with children's families, supporting parents both directly and indirectly. During this year, students will improve their pedagogical, psychological and sociological competencies, focusing mostly on the specific context of children's schooling from 0 to 3 years of age and on supporting their families.
During the third year of the degree programme, students further develop their specific educational competencies related to child development in a holistic way and conclude their training by studying areas related to their own interests for further study and analysis.
As part of the programme catalogue, special emphasis is placed on competencies related to the internship experience, which must be carried out in one of the various types of childcare services in the region and with the operational knowledge arising from the vocational training workshops planned in the second part of the degree programme.

Program overview

Main Subject

Education and Training

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Study Mode

Blended

The Educator in Childhood Social Services first cycle degree programme aims to provide the professional competencies required by anyone wishing to become an educator for nurseries or a childcare worker in various community pre-school services and family support services such asplay groups and parent-children centres.
In order to acquire these professional competencies, the degree programme offers basic theoretical skills(pedagogical, psychological and social, anthropological) to provide knowledge of childhood conditions in modern society and of the main existing models of pedagogical and didactic intervention, as well as operational skills functional to the practical implementation of educational activities in the service sector. These competencies are the core of the first year of the degree programme, during which students study the disciplines of educational sciences(pedagogy, psychology, sociology and anthropology) focusing on specific content for children, as well as passing a test of knowledge of the required language. In fact, at the end of their training, graduates in Educator in Childhood Social Services also have a B1 level in a foreign language.
In the second year of the degree programme, special emphasis is placed on competencies related to teaching and planning in order to allow the professional to acquire adequate tools for educational planning and programming, as well as a high degree of skills in analysing both the individual and collective educational needs of children. Finally, the degree programme provides competencies that enable professionals to communicate with children's families, supporting parents both directly and indirectly. During this year, students will improve their pedagogical, psychological and sociological competencies, focusing mostly on the specific context of children's schooling from 0 to 3 years of age and on supporting their families.
During the third year of the degree programme, students further develop their specific educational competencies related to child development in a holistic way and conclude their training by studying areas related to their own interests for further study and analysis.
As part of the programme catalogue, special emphasis is placed on competencies related to the internship experience, which must be carried out in one of the various types of childcare services in the region and with the operational knowledge arising from the vocational training workshops planned in the second part of the degree programme.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

5+
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Admission to the First Cycle Degree/Bachelor Programme requires possession of a secondary school diploma awarded after five years of study or a foreign qualification recognised as suitable. Additionally, knowledge and competence in the following areas are required:
- good historical and literary knowledge
- good pedagogical, psychological and didactic knowledge
- good knowledge of a logical, inductive, deductive and basic scientific nature
- good knowledge of the grammatical and syntactic structures of spoken and written Italian;
- ability to express one's own views on a known topic;
- ability to identify the main differences between different theoretical stances in relation to the same subject matter;
- A2 level of English according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
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Tuition fee and scholarships

Domestic Students

6,120 EUR
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International Students

6,120 EUR
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For information and admission procedures: http://www.unibo.it/en/teaching/degree-programmes

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