Master of Social Work (MSW)

Master of Social Work (MSW) course is offered at St. Claret College as a two-year full-time Postgraduate Master’s Degree, with the vision of providing an excellent education for the realization of vibrant social services and responsibilities in students. Students are nurtured to practice with specialized skills at precise intervention levels and are comprehensively instructed in various disciplines of social sciences and social welfare policies.

The penultimate goal of an MSW program is to prepare students for professional practice with vulnerable children, youth, families, social welfare organizations, trade unions, rehabilitation centers, prisons, community development projects, etc..

St. Claret College, inspired by social commitment, is one of the premier institutions in Bangalore to offer an MSW degree to accomplish the vision of future social workers


To provide opportunity and professional training to those desirous to take up a career as qualified Social Workers.

To impart theoretical knowledge and to provide practical learning opportunities.

To sensitize students to involve themselves for the cause of poor, subaltern, under privileged and disadvantaged section of the society.

To promote among professional social workers a sense of devotion and dedication to strive for equity, social justice, social harmony and peace.


Hi-Tech Computer Lab

Wi-Fi Enabled Campus


Automated Library & Information Resource Centre

ATM Sports Facilities

Separate Hostel facilities for girls and boys ERP Interface

Student Clubs Business Leaders Interaction



Eligibility Criteria for M.S.W Admissions:

A candidate who has passed Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (BSW) or Bachelors of Arts (BA) with 50% in aggregate of all subjects (45% for SC/ST and category I candidates), of Bangalore University or any other university from India,considered as equivalent thereto are eligible to eligible for admission to MSW course.

I. Documents required (Original with Two Copies)

1) Original X, PU/XII Marks Card, and Degree Certificate

2) Transfer Certificate

3) Migration Certificate

4) Conduct Certificate

5) Eight passport size and Four Stamp size photos

6) Caste Certificate, if any
NRI s & Foreign Students (In addition to the above)

1) Valid Passport copy

2) Residential Permit issued by the Commissioner of Police

3) HIV Negative Certificate

4) Yellow Fever Test Certificate

II. Admission Procedure

1. Duly filled up Application forms along with the photocopies of the documents mentioned above should be
submitted to the office.

2. Candidates will be informed of the Interview date on the website. No personal intimation will be given to the
candidates. Candidates will have to appear for the interview on the prescribed date, and if selected, should take the
admission on the same day itself after paying the requisite fees.

3. Candidates will have to contact the Administrative Office/ refer the Notice Board for any clarification.

NSS Special Camp
Computer Literacy Drive by CSI Students Chapter