Collaborating Agencies

A significant part of the Master of Social Work (MSW) and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) learning experience happens outside of the classroom. All social work students are required to complete work placements in the field, allowing them to integrate the skills they learn in school and develop their identities as professional social workers. The success of the Field Education program relies heavily on field agencies that dedicate their time, resources and staff to the education of social work student.

Currently the College of Social Work has MoU with around 60 field agencies which provide training to the students. They include promonent NGOs, state government agencies,  departments in MCGM, corporate houses, etc. 

A significant part of the Master of Social Work (MSW) and Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) learning experience happens outside of the classroom. All social work students are required to complete work placements in the field, allowing them to integrate the skills they learn in school and develop their identities as professional social workers. The success of the Field Education program relies heavily on field agencies that dedicate their time, resources and staff to the education of social work student.

Currently the College of Social Work has MoU with around 60 field agencies which provide training to the students. They include promonent NGOs, state government agencies,  departments in MCGM, corporate houses, etc.