Thames International College is a premier academic institution offering variety of undergraduate and graduate programs. Located in the heart of the city precinct Baneshwor, a cultural melting pot of communities from all over the country, the College caters to the students from all corners of Nepal. The College comprises of two schools: School of Business and Technology and School of Social Sciences and Center for Continuing Education
and Technology currently offers Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor in Information Management (BIM), Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) and Bachelor in Business Management (BBM) while the School of Social Sciences offers Bachelor in Social Work (BSW), Bachelor in Rural Development (BRD), Bachelor in Sociology (BSO) and Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication (BJM). The Center for Continuing Education offers Bachelor in Business Studies (BBS), Bachelor in Political Science (BPS) and Master in Business Studies (MBS).
Setting us apart from prevalent education models in Nepal, Thames takes a bespoke approach to students’ learning. Experienced academicians and student centric environment at Thames, not only enable students to make independent choices but also instill values of leadership to face real world challenges. Thames offers small classroom setting to enhance interactive learning.
Bachelor of Social Work is a three year, six semester program with a second major in Rural Development or Psychology. This program is offered at Thames International College by the School of Social Sciences in association with the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tribhuvan University. Students are required to complete 99 credit hours of course work and practicum training to graduate. Students are also required to appear for 14 course examinations which will lead to Bachelor of Arts degree from Tribhuvan University
The challenges of building a better world are pressing, now more than ever. The Bachelor of Social Work at Thames empowers students to tackle these challenges. It equips you with knowledge of the wider world.
A culture of research is encouraged at Thames, where students learn about ethics and acquire a greater sense of social responsibility. Students in the BSW program will be able to explore a range of social issues of their interest, while also learning to solve problems in these contexts by thinking critically and communicating clearly. With strong communication skills, they will also be able to work well in teams and lead innovation in the workplace.