KATHMANDU: The British College conferred bachelors degree to 201 graduating students at an annual graduation ceremony held at the Soltee Crown Plaza.
In a statement, the college said it bid adieu to 201 students, its 3rd batch and largest, of graduates from various faculty.
Among them, 69 students graduated with BBA (Hons) Business and Management; 28 with MSc International Business Management from the University of the West of England, Bristol and 104 students with BSc (Hons) Computing from Leeds Beckett University, as stated in the statement.
Representatives from both the awarding universities, Patrica Voaden, HoD for Business and Management of the University of West of England, and Lesley Earle, principal lecturer of Leeds Beckett University, had also attended the function.
They expressed their pride and respect for the graduating students, and wished them luck in their career, as mentioned in the statement.
The event was also attended by advisors for the college, John Edward Hollister Montagu (11th Earl of Sandwich), Dr Chiran Thapa (accredited educationalist), Michael Tutland (The Bristh Honorary Counsel in Bhutan), Paul Cleves ( former head of Geography at Eton College), Dr Ganga Lal Tuladhar (former Education Minister) and Dr John Bateman (principal of the British College).
British Ambassador to Nepal Richard Morris, Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Bhawani Rana and Chief Executive Officer of the British College Rajen Kandel were also present.
“The British College, established in 2011 has grown to be a unique educational institution and dream to make an international education accessible to Nepali students has become a reality,” CEO Kandel echoed.
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.