A social work degree provides you with practical skills along with respecting diversity and promoting social justice. It also develops skills of judgment and become more accountable, reflective, critical and evaluative.

Transferable skills gained after the graduation of Social work includes:

  • communication skills
  • analyzing a situation and problem solving
  • managing conflict
  • advocacy
  • negotiating plans and goals
  • effective time management.

As a diverse helping profession with career opportunities in multiple sectors, social workers are involved in helping individuals or groups cope with overcoming problems in their everyday lives. Social workers are commonly responsible for assessing clients’ needs, developing improvement plans, referring clients to community resources, responding to crisis situations, and advocating for human rights.

BSW students work as interns in different NGOs/INGOs to apply their theoretical learning in their professional life.