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Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours)
      (4-year Full-time) (Only Year 1 entry)


Tuition fees (2022/23 intake)

  • Tuition fee: HK $ 82,250 per year (2 installments)
  • Those who meet the #NMTSS qualification can receive tuition fee remission (the subsidy amount for the 2022/23 school year is HK $ 33,200 per year). For details, please visit the website of Committee on Self-financing Post-secondary Education for NMTSS: https://www.cspe.edu.hk/en/nmt/index.html

  • The above tuition fee applies to the entire course (Year 1 to Year 4), only for 2022/23 intake students to apply.

    #Students who meet the NMTSS qualification can also apply for loans and assistance from the Working Family and Student Financial Assistance Agency. For details, please visit: https://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/sfo/tc/postsecondary/index.htm

Basic Admission Requirements

Applicants who hold any one type of the following qualifications can apply:

Year-1 Entry

HKDSE Qualifications
  • Obtained Level 3 in Chinese Language and English Language; Level 2 in Mathematics, Liberal Studies and in one Elective subject or one Applied Learning subject in the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education Examination (HKDSE) (33222); OR
Associate Degree / Higher Diploma Qualifications
  • Obtained an Associate Degree qualification in a discipline which is not relevant to the programme with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above and with a GPA of 2.0 or better in Chinese and English subjects; OR
  • Successfully completed the first year of Associate Degree or Higher Diploma with Cumulative GPA of 2.5 out of 4.0 ; OR
Other Qualifications
  • Obtained passes in Chinese Language and Culture and Use of English, and one additional Advanced Level (AL) subject or two Advanced Supplementary Level (ASL) subjects in the Hong Kong Advanced Level Examination (HKALE) and obtained 5 passes in the Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination (HKCEE), including English Language and Chinese Language; OR
  • Obtained International Baccalaureate (IB) with minimum of 28 points with a Grade 4 or above in English Standard Level of Syllabus (A1, A2 or B); OR
  • Mature applicants aged 21 or above; OR
  • Obtained an equivalent qualification.

Applicants with the above qualifications are required to have an interview.


Mr. LEUNG, Wing Yu -- Chairman of BSW Advisory Committee

Hong Kong Nang Yan College of Higher Education offers a "community-based" teaching model, emphasizing the importance of social work expertise and skills in community practice. On one hand, students will learn theoretical knowledge from courses. On the other hand, they can get in touch with individual problems and social issues in Shamshuipo where the College is located. Students will learn the knowledge, analyze problems and utilize community resources to enhance the mutual support and care among residents. This kind of experiential learning will enable students to master the integration of theory and practice, and help them to become responsible, committed and competent social workers in future.

Programme Introduction



Teaching Team, Discipline of Social Sciences

社會科學系團隊  

Dr. YUNG, Kwok Fung Walter -- Discipline Leader, BSW Programme Leader, Associate Professor
BASW (PolyU); PgDSW, MA (CUHK); DSW (PolyU); RSW

Dr. Yung has extensive teaching and social work practice experience, such as student and career counselling, family services, children and youth and elderly services. He later served as a lecturer and Head of the Division of Social Sciences at the Community College of Lingnan University. He also taught courses in various colleges and universities, teaching subjects such as: "Psychology", “Human behaviour and social environment", Life Planning and Counselling", and "Critical Thinking in life and Learning". His research interests include narrative social work research, emotional recovery and mental health for single parents.

Prof. NGAN, Man Hung Raymond -- Professor
BSocSc. (HKU); MSc. (Lond.); PhD (HKU); RSW

Professor Ngan has rich experience in teaching social work for decades. He has taught bachelor and master programs in social work. He has taught subjects such as: "Social Welfare System and Social Policy", "Social Work Practice for the Elderly", "Social Research and Evaluation" and "Social Work Skills Work Square. " Prior to joining the Faculty in 2016, Professor Ngan was the Programme leader of the Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Social Work in the Department of Applied Social Sciences at City University of Hong Kong. His research interests include gerontology, comparative social policy, and social work practices.

Mr. KWONG, Kit Ying Alexander -- Senior Lecturer
BSW (HKBU); MSW (HKBU); MBS (HKU); RSW

Mr Kwong has rich teaching, fieldwork supervision and social work frontline experience. He worked as the Officer-in-charge of a Probation Office and Superintendent of a Boys’ Home. Later, he worked as the Superintendent of a Youth Ex-drug Addicts Rehabilitation Centre and Methadone Rehabilitation Centres. In recent years, he taught, supervised social workers and ran workshops in Mainland China. He has interest in integration of Buddhism and guidance as well as running social casework and group work workshops.

Mr. FUNG, Man Sui Tommy -- Assistant Fieldwork Co-ordinator, Lecturer
BSW (CityU); MSSc (CityU); MSSapsy (CityU); RSW

Mr. Fung has years of experience in teaching and social work practice. He served mainly in children and youth services as a social worker, including integrated service for young people, small group home, student counselling, and career counselling. Afterwards, he taught at Community College at Lingnan University and then served as the programme leader for psychology and counseling top-up degree at an oversea university. He has been teaching various courses, including "Psychology", "Counselling", "Group Counseling", and "Learning and Behavior". His interests are person-centered therapy, career counseling, and research methods.

Ms. CHAN, Man Ki Maggie -- Lecturer
BSW (PolyU); MSSc (HKU); RSW

Ms. Chan has years of experience in social work, counselling and teaching. She served mainly in children and youth services as a social worker. Her experience included serving in integrated service for young people, small group home and nursing home. Afterwards, she worked at different tertiary institutions including Lingnan Institute of Further Education, Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education, Tung Wah College and Hong Kong Baptist University College of International Education served as project officer, assistant student affairs manager and assistant lecturer etc. She has been teaching various courses, including "Social Work", " Programme Planning, Development and Evaluation ", "Sociology", and "Community Service Learning". Her interests are programme planning, youth development and growth.

Dr. LEUNG, Kam Ping Kathy -- Adjunct Professor: Casework & Family Therapy

Ms. FUNG, Wai Lin Pauline -- Adjunct Assistant Professor: Fieldwork Supervision


Programme Objectives

The Programme Objectives set out to enable students to:
  1. develop independent learning skills for life;
  2. think analytically, creatively and critically, solve problems and make ethical decisions;
  3. communicate effectively in English in international settings and in English and Chinese (exempting non-Chinese-speaking students) in bi-literate and trilingual settings;
  4. work independently and in a team, employing effective social and interpersonal skills;
  5. become increasingly aware of local, national, global, social, economic, cultural and governmental issues;
  6. use information technology effectively for communication, learning and professional purposes;
  7. provide students with a sound foundation of knowledge in social work, related disciplines and theories of social work intervention;
  8. equip students to apply their specialist knowledge in a range of social welfare settings, particularly in the context of community-based engagement;
  9. help students develop the professional qualities and values possessed by effective social workers; and
  10. cultivate among students an appreciation of the importance of lifelong learning so that they are able to contribute to the continuous development of the social work profession.

Programme Intended Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Programme, students should be able to:
  1. plan and conduct investigations into problems and issues, critically analyzing and evaluating the relevant information found, and sharing or presenting the findings to an audience;
  2. show critical thinking and/or creativity in solving familiar and unfamiliar problems, formulating evidence-based responses, meeting any specified standard required;
  3. demonstrate the ability to read and listen to extended information, organize the information provided coherently, convey the ideas, which may be complex, in speaking and writing effectively;
  4. demonstrate the ability to discuss and work with others in a group, create opportunities for others to contribute, and accept responsibility and accountability for the outcomes of the group;
  5. demonstrate in discussion and in writing a good understanding of social, economic, cultural and governmental organizations and issues in local, national, international and global contexts;
  6. use information technology and applications effectively for learning, problem-solving and creative activity, and to support effective communication;
  7. demonstrate a clear understanding of a broad range of social science theories dealing with the biological, psychological, social, cultural and environmental phenomena that impact on social work practice;
  8. integrate and apply knowledge and skills for effective social work intervention, particularly in the context of community-based engagement;
  9. demonstrate values and attitudes which align with the value base of the social work profession and its ethical standards and principles; and
  10. show the potential to become life-long learners who through professional self-development are able to contribute throughout their careers to improving the effectiveness of the social work profession as a whole.


Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) - Programme Details PDF 文件


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