Teach​ ​For​ ​Nepal​ ​–​ ​King’s​ ​College​ ​Public​ ​Service​ ​Scholarship

TFN Fellowship enables outstanding young graduates to serve as teachers and leaders in rural and remote communities in Nepal, and to work for national level systemic change for ending education inequity in Nepal. The need for capacity development of the graduates of the Fellowship extends beyond the Fellowship. Masters in Business Administration (MBA) program at…

Intercultural exchange program with Labitrie School, Tournefeullie, France

King’s College has entered into an agreement with Labitrie College, Tournefeuillie, for the intercultural student and faculty exchange program 2019/20. This partnership will facilitate an exchange of educational and pedagogical methods and promote au pair culture in both countries. Ten students and two faculty from King’s College have visited France under this program. Under this agreement…

Four day workshop by BUCSBIN partners

As a part of Building University Capacity to Support Business Incubation in Nepal (BUCSBIN) project, two lab-masters from Oamk Labs, Oulu University of Applied Sciences – Finland, facilitated a four-day workshop for 30 participants from various educational institutions. The workshop titled “Inspiration, Iteration & Innovation – Introduction to learning in Oamk LABs” ran from April…

National Speaking Championship 2018 Concludes

Public speaking and presentation skills are considered as the integral communication skills that learners of 21st century are expected to develop during their college days. And in order to increase their chances during their college placement, higher studies, and even entrepreneurial undertakings. These skills – specifically speaking and presentation skills, are even more important for…

King’s College takes part in the International Solidarity Festival in France

King’s College is taking part in celebration of the International Solidarity Festival. The weeklong mega festival called “Universal Village” has been organized by Labitrie College of Tournefeuillie in association with SOS Racisme, France between March 28 and April 5, 2018. King’s College, Kathmandu has been represented in this festival by six students along with our faculty member,…

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Unlearn Conference 2018

UNLEARN CONFERENCE aims to provide a unique platform for university level (bachelors and masters) students from all over Nepal to learn, unlearn, and relearn. The aim is to eventually evolve this event into an international conference by the students for the students.   After holding two episodes of Unlearn Mini Conference, we’re organizing a full…

King's Club Awards Ceremony

King’s Club Commemorates Students for their Outstanding Achievements

This morning, King’s Club organized prize and certificate distribution ceremony to commemorate participants’ achievements and volunteers’ involvements in various events organized by King’s College and external organizers. The ceremony, which took place in King’s hall, was marked with the slogan ”Let Us Celebrate the Achievements of Kingzians Together”. The session began with a brief overview…

Interaction about BUCSBIN Project

To increase the involvement of universities in the applied activities of entrepreneurship and business incubation globally, Oulu University of Applied Science (Finland) is collaborating with educational institutes and companies of Nepal to initiate a 3 year long project titled BUCSBIN. To further share ideas about the project, the representatives of Oulu University, Kathmandu University School…

Community Asset Mapping Project Initiated

Kathmandu Living Labs (KLL) and King’s College, last June, partnered together to design an exclusive ‘Community Asset Mapping Project’ aimed towards incorporating the concept of mapping with rural resources. For this, students of BBA 8th Semester visited and stayed in Palung, Chitlang, and Markhu communities of Makawanpur, Nepal for a week to map out the resources.…