Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) in Nepal: Eligibility, Fees, Courses & List of Top 10 BSW Colleges

Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) in Nepal: Eligibility, Fees, Courses & List of Top 10 BSW Colleges

“Bachelor of Art in Social Work” (BASW) or “Bachelor of Social Work” (BSW) in Nepal is a four-year academic degree. It falls under arts faculty. The goal of the BSW program in Nepal is to train qualified social workers to meet the demands of modern Nepal and the world in general. Bachelor of Social Work is one of the most popular on-demand courses in Nepal and around the world. The BSW program prepares students for entry-level positions in the field of social work and for making a difference in people’s lives. BSW equips students with the practical and as well as theoretical knowledge and skills to combat contemporary issues like inequality, injustice, poverty, all forms of discrimination, mental health issues, disability, drug addiction, suicide, and many other similar issues. BSW program is designed to meet the needs of social workers and activists who fight for those good causes in society.
Bachelor of Social Work in Nepal
Bachelor of Social Work in Nepal
It is generally pursued by aspirants who want to be a wheel of social change and transformation. There are lots of social causes yet to be addressed and there are many hurdles to achieving social justice this is why the field of social work is in high demand since the social workers are the ones who work on the front line and strive to make an impact in the society.  
Scope of Bachelor of Social Works (BSW) in Nepal:
The scope and play of BSW have proportionally increased with the increase of various International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGO) and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO). Every country including Nepal has been working relentlessly to contribute to society and the country profoundly through the efforts of NGOs and INGOs and the sweat and toil of Social Workers. BSW course has a good scope in Nepal because there is so much to be done. After graduating from BSW, students can work in a variety of fields such as Social research, Women empowerment agencies, healthcare, social activism, charity work, volunteer work, etc. BSW helps students to develop professional skills and capability in assisting people in solving various social and economic problems. Many people are socially, economically, financially, and politically backward, thus the BSW graduates hold the biggest scope in Nepal and potential to change the regressive status quo that pushes a country backward.  

Fee Structure of Bachelor of Social Works (BSW) in Nepal:

Bachelor of Social Work is one of the most affordable bachelor’s degree programs. The average graduation cost of a BSW course is between 4 to 6 lakhs. In comparison to private BSW colleges, the fee is cheap in government colleges is very cheap. However, every college has different fee structures hence it is best to look at the respective website of the college in which you desire to get enrolled in.  

Eligibility Criteria:

  1. The applicant with a higher secondary level degree (I.e. +2) PCL, or qualification equivalent thereto is eligible to apply for BSW.
  2. The applicant must complete +2 with a minimum of D+ in all subjects
 

Bachelor of Social Works (BSW) Courses in Nepal:

The BSW course in Nepal is designed to equip students with both theoretical and practical skills that are crucial requisite to solving the problems of the modern world. The BSW course involves a lot of practical knowledge, field visit, observations, and volunteering. This is to help students to acknowledge the status quo and get inspired. The theoretical knowledge further assists students in a deeper understanding of the subjects. The following are the Courses for the bachelor of social work (BSW) mandated by TU:
Year Courses/ Subjects
First Year Introduction to Social Work   Basic Sociology for Social Work
Second Year Basic Psychology for Social Work   Social Case Work Practice   Social Work Practice with Groups
  Third Year Social Issues and Leadership Development   Social Issues and Leadership Development
  Fourth Year Theoretical Ideologies of Social Work   Social Problem, Identifications
 

List of Top 10 Bachelor of Social Works (BSW) Colleges In Nepal:

  1. St. Xavier’s College | Maitighar, Kathmandu
  2. Thames International College | Old Baneshwor
  3. Khwopa College | Dekocha-5, Bhaktapur
  4. Amrit Science Campus | Lainchaur, Kathmandu
  5. Kathmandu Model College | Balkumari, Lalitpur
  6. Times International College | Dillibazar Kathmandu
  7. Triton International College | Tinkune, Kathmandu
  8. Campion College | Kupondole, Lalitpur
  9. GoldenGate International College | Old Baneshwor, Battisputali
  10. Texas International College | Mitrapark, Chabahil, Kathmandu Nepal
 

The list of other BSW colleges in Nepal is as follows:

Cambridge International College | Kalanki, Kathmandu Bright Vision College | Satdobato, Tutepani, Lalitpur Sagarmatha College for Higher Studies | Dillibazar, KathmanduSag Kathmandu Bernhardt College | Bafal, Kathmandu Samriddhi College | Lokanthali-16, Bhaktapur Dibyabhumi Multiple College | Hanumansthan, Kupondole, Lalitpur Nasa International College | Tinkune, Kathmandu Newton International College | Siphal, Kathmandu Patan Multiple Campus | Patan Dhoka, Lalitpur Sarovar College | Kalanki, Kathmandu Kathmandu Premier College | Baneshwor, Kathmandu Columbus Higher Secondary School | New Baneshwor, Kathmandu Mega College | Babarmahal, Kathmandu Lincoln College | Samakhusi Kathmandu Trinity International College | DIllibazar, Kathmandu Milton International College | New Baneswor, Kathmandu Janapremi College | Kausaltar,  Bhaktapur. Classic College International | Tilganga, Kathmandu Himalaya College | Koteshwor, Kathmandu Kanti and Kunja International College | New Baneshwor Kathmandu Kathmandu Bernhardt College | Bafal, Kathmandu Kamana International College | Banasthali, Kathmandu Kathmandu Model College | Balkumari, Lalitpur Dibyabhumi Multiple College | Kupondole, Lalitpur Nesfield International College | Batukbhairabsthan Lagankhel, Lalitpur  
Conclusion:
Bachelor of Social Work in Nepal is one of the very under-rated courses. Generally, it is perceived that students who are weak and poor in math and science opt for BSW but this is a very wrong concept. People aspiring to study BSW are passionate and very critical. They are the one who can research the most complex societal dynamic and come up with relevant observations and suggestions that helps to introduce changes in society.  Though most places do not require a BSW degree to operate as a social worker. Having a BSW degree will give you professional knowledge in comparison to the one that hasn’t. BSW will offer you an understanding of what you will be doing and the fundamentals of what will be expected of you in the social sector. When you apply for a Social Worker position, you can also ask for a higher starting income because you have prior training and coursework.  
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