MA IN COUNSELLING
The aim of this programme is to offer students a supportive and challenging learning environment that will enable them to develop personal qualities and professional knowledge, expertise and skills deemed necessary for competent practitioners interested in counselling within the society. It will support the professional development of those already involved in counselling while adding an academic dimension to their existing skills, with a view to make them more effective as counselling practitioners. It thus aims at providing the candidates with both the theoretical underpinnings of counselling as well as the practical training underlying the counselling profession.
(i) A first degree in any area of the human sciences from an approved institution. Or (ii) Exceptionally candidates holding a Diploma in any areas of human sciences from an approved institution and with at least 3 years of relevant professional work experience may be admitted. Admission decisions will be made by the School on a case to case basis based on evidence submitted by the student.