Nepal | August 12, 2020

The British College confers degrees to 225 graduating students

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Guest of Honour and representatives from both the awarding universities attend the 4th graduation ceremony of The British College in Kathmandu. Courtesy: TBC

KATHMANDU: The British College conferred degrees to 225 graduating students at the fourth annual graduation ceremony held at the Hyatt Regency, Bouddha in Kathmandu on Friday.

In a statement today, the college said it bid adieu to 225 graduates, its fourth batch and largest, from various faculties.

Among them, 60 students graduated with BBA (Hons) Business and Management; 30 with MSc International Business Management from the University of the West of England, Bristol; 123 students with BSc (Hons) Computing; and 12 students graduated with MBA (Executive) from Leeds Beckett University, the statement reads.

Representatives from both the awarding universities, Donna Whitehead, Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean, Bristol Business School and Bristol Law School, UWE and Lesley Earle, Principal Lecturer of Leeds Beckett, attended the event.

The ceremony was attended by graduands, families, academics and special guests. The list included: Guest of Honour and Chief Guest Michael Rutland OBE (The British Honorary Counsel in Bhutan and advisor to TBC), Paul Cleves (Former Head of Geography at Eton College and advisor to TBC), Chiran Thapa (Accredited Educationalist and Advisor to TBC) and Dr John Bateman Principal of the British College).

On the occasion, British Ambassador to Nepal Richard Morris and Khetan Group of Industries Executive Director Rajendra Khetan were also present.

Rajen Kandel, CEO and Founder of the British College, congratulated all the graduates and parents present at the event.

The British College offer internationally recognised degrees and courses in affiliation to the Leeds Beckett University and the University of West of England, it said in the statement.


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