This article is part of a series of articles on learning how to make a social work education worth the cost.
Read moreRead moreBy the time you finish the course, you will have mastered basic skills such as social media, how to navigate online communities, and how to connect with a wider audience.
You will also have a solid grasp of your students’ personality and preferences, as well as their goals, and the types of research they prefer.
But how do you pay for your social study?
Many universities offer private study packages that pay for the entire course for a few months.
The fees are usually cheaper than private courses offered by the university, but if you can’t afford the whole course, the university may offer a lower-cost alternative that includes only a few hours of online learning.
Here are some of the more popular private online study packages available in Singapore.
For full-time students and graduates:For a part-time student and graduates, a private online course offers a more flexible option.
If you want to study online for three months, you can pay up to S$5,000 (US$3,350) per month.
The course lasts three months and can be completed at your own pace, with no tuition fees.
You’ll also have access to a private laboratory.
For an individual:If you want a more hands-on approach to your studies, consider taking a full- or part-year private online social work program.
If your preferred method of study requires a lot of reading, then it’s a good idea to sign up for a more advanced online course, such as one that includes a full year of online study.
For example, a six-month online social study program may require between seven and eight hours of study per week.
If you’re more interested in getting into a different field, consider going with a university that offers a different online option.
You can also apply for a degree online, but you will need to apply to the university and take the online course.