The British College

The British College

About The British College

The British College (TBC) is a well-known educational institution located in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is an international college that offers a range of academic programs primarily focusing on business and management, as well as various other subjects.

The British College strives to be a world-class college in Nepal offering British and international qualifications equipping the graduates with the knowledge, skills and values they need for success in the global job market and becoming creative entrepreneurs. In this regard, it has a distinctive identity as the pioneering global college in Nepal. It offers reputed UK degrees and courses which are relevant to the current job market, enhancing each and every student’s employ ability.

The British College believes that extracurricular activities are integral to the College’s programme and to the student’s experience. The college encourages all students to take advantage of the opportunities available; we believe it contributes to the development of health and happiness, physical skills, emotional maturity, social competence, moral values, and teamwork.

The college attracts the best and the brightest students and, consequently offers an unforgettable academic experience transcending international boundaries with thought-provoking incision. Being the pioneering international college in Nepal, the institute also provides unparalleled exposure and experiences both within and outside Nepal.

The defining characteristic of The British College is the local-to-global approach in the provision of our degrees and courses. Student exchange programmes and internships with multi-national companies serve as highlights of this unique student experience. Staffed by tutors and administrative personnel from the UK and Nepal, the College provides a premium education in Nepal. The offered Undergraduate Programmes and Postgraduate Programmes are awarded by UK universities: University of the West of England (UWE) and Leeds Beckett University (LBU).

  1. Academic Programs:
  • TBC primarily focuses on business and management programs, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. These programs are designed to provide students with a strong foundation in business principles, leadership skills, and practical knowledge.
  • The curriculum often incorporates case studies, group projects, and real-world applications to prepare students for the challenges of the business world.
  1. Affiliation and Twinning Programs:
  • TBC has established partnerships and affiliations with reputed UK universities. This collaboration allows students to pursue a British education while studying in Nepal.
  • Twinning programs often enable students to complete the initial part of their degree at TBC and then transfer to the partner university in the UK to complete their studies, earning a degree recognized both in Nepal and internationally.
  1. Facilities and Campus:
  • The college’s campus typically includes state-of-the-art facilities, including modern classrooms with multimedia equipment, a well-stocked library, computer labs with access to relevant software, and comfortable spaces for studying and socializing.
  • A pleasant and conducive environment on campus fosters a positive learning experience for students.
  1. Faculty and International Perspective:
  • TBC’s faculty is a mix of local and international experts who bring diverse perspectives and teaching methodologies to the classroom.
  • This international faculty often encourages students to think critically and globally, preparing them for a competitive job market.
  1. Student Diversity:
  • The British College attracts a diverse student body, including local Nepali students and international students from various countries. This cultural diversity enhances the college’s multicultural atmosphere and provides opportunities for cross-cultural learning and networking.
  1. Location:
  • Situated in Kathmandu, TBC’s location in Nepal’s capital city offers students access to a wide range of cultural, recreational, and networking opportunities. Kathmandu is a vibrant and historically rich city with a lot to explore.
  1. Accreditations and Quality Assurance:
  • Educational institutions often seek accreditations from relevant authorities to ensure the quality of education they provide. TBC may have affiliations with accreditation bodies that ensure its programs meet certain standards.

1. The British College Vision

To be a world-class college in Nepal offering high quality British and international qualifications equipping our graduates with the broad knowledge, skills and values they need for success in the global job market and becoming creative entrepreneurs.

2. The British College Mission

  • To transform lives by making high-quality British education an affordable, accessible opportunity for all in Nepal, and regions;
  • To further develop the current portfolio of qualifications with new partners and qualifications – ensuring wrap-around student support and employability skill development opportunities;
    To work closely with industry partners, particularly in Kathmandu to develop employability links and offer internships;
  • To use the Industry Advisory Board contacts to broaden the reach of TBC through contacts, and enhance the student experience;
  • To encourage student mobility by providing study trips to our sister colleges: The Woolwich College (London & Dubai);
  • To develop research opportunities, particularly in partnership with education partners and industry.



  1. Weekend MBA (Executive)
  2. MBA (Graduate)
  3. MSc Information and Technology
  4. MSc Advance Computer Science
  5. BBA (Hons) Business and Management
  6. BBA (Hons) Computing
  7. BBA (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics
  8. BBA (Hons) Computer Science – Artificial Intelligence
  9. BSc (Hons) Hospitality Management (BHM)
  10. BBA (Hons) Data Service
  11. ACCA Programme
  12. GCE A Lavel
  13. Pearson Test of English (PTE) Academic

A. Business Courses at The British College

  1.  BBA (Hons) Business and Management
  2.  BSc (Hons) Hospitality Business Management (BHM)
  3.  MBA (Executive)
  4.  MBA (Graduate)
  5.  MSc International Business Management

B. Information Technology Courses at The British College

  1.  BSc (Hons) Computing
  2.  BSc (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics
  3.  MSc Information and Technology
  4. BBA (Hons) Computer Science – Artificial Intelligence
  5. MSc Advance Computer Science


C. Cambridge A-Level Programme at The British College


D. Other Courses at The British College





A. Business Courses at The British College


1. BBA (Hons) Business and Management

The BBA (Hons) Business and Management degree is multidisciplinary in nature and can lead to many possible career options, whether in private business or in the public sector. Our BBA course provides a holistic view of business management while aiming to help students develop detailed knowledge of the latest business and management practices. The course’s participative and interactive teaching and learning methodologies will enlighten students with practical competencies necessary for achieving business success.


The British College Business & Management Courses

The modules in our BBA course are designed to provide students with a strong foundation in business as well as developing their ability to work effectively in a group in a disciplined and structured environment. Moreover, it will also develop essential skills including for example problem solving, decision making and communication.


On successful completion of the BBA course, students will be able to demonstrate:

  • a critical understanding of organisations, their management and the changing external environment in which they operate.
  • attributes and skills necessary for a career in business and management.
  • an analytical and enquiring approach in the analysis of business problems so that considered and appropriate conclusions are drawn – which can be communicated effectively in a variety of forms.
  • an informed understanding of critical contemporary business issues and theoretical debates, including ethics & ethical decision-making, sustainability and global citizenship.
  • a strong sense of self and the life-long learning skills to make an ongoing contribution to society at large.
  • a critical appreciation and understanding of a broad range of locally and globally inter-related Business & Management issues
  • a capacity to develop and apply creative and their own perspectives and approaches to appreciate, understand and deal with uncertainty and complexity on a local and global level

Awarded by: University of the West of England (UWE)


Programme Leader: Saurabh Satyal


Fee Structure:






2. BSc (Hons) Hospitality Business Management (BHM)

BSc (Hons) Hospitality Business Management (BHM) programme is designed to engage, enable, and challenge our students to become creative, entrepreneurial, and critically informed dynamic graduates who can excel in their chosen field of work or progress to further study within hospitality business management. Central to our course is the strong links between theory and practice, with carefully designed authentic assessments, and student‐tutor interaction at the heart of the student experience.


The British College Hospitality Business Management Course


At the end of the course, students will be able to:

1. Develop into critically evaluative, resilient, and reflective practitioners who are able to make robust informed decisions that will flexibly respond to a constantly changing and dynamic globalised hospitality industry.

2. Operate as balanced, thoughtful hospitality practitioners who act in an ethical and responsible way to achieve both their success and that of their organisation.

3. Be creative thinkers who are digitally literate and enterprising, and are accomplished and confident in designing and implementing new and innovative products, services and solutions, which will be of benefit to the hospitality industry.

4. Think in a cognitively complex way, yet communicate successfully, and be able to influence at all levels within, and outside of, hospitality organisations.

5. Use theories and concepts and further integrate this knowledge successfully into an applied and professional setting.

6. Initiate and implement change with empathy and attention to detail, whilst taking into account the impact on internal and external stakeholders.



Teaching and Learning Activities

The teaching methods used throughout the course are diverse and include lectures, seminars, tutorials, workshops, practicals, and fieldwork. This variety of teaching methods will enhance student achievement, satisfaction, and employability.


A safe learning environment is provided throughout the course. Students will be encouraged to experiment in their learning and ‘take risks’, while extensive support is being given by module leaders, tutors, and personal tutors, to ensure a safe environment for creative freedom – a practice especially encouraged in semester one of level 4.


For example, in the Professional and Academic Success modules – at both Level 4 and 5, the students will be required to choose a research method and will be responsible for justifying this choice. However, module tutors will ensure this choice is relevant and valid to protect the student whilst taking this “risk”. At Level 6, the Hospitality Consultancy Ventures module carries a degree of risk in the choice of project and client. However, tutors will intervene if necessary, although at this level it is expected to be less frequent. This level of protection and intervention will provide a safe and secure learning environment, whilst ensuring that students are participating in challenging and authentic learning tasks.

As students’ progress through the course, they will be encouraged to become increasingly independent learners and thinkers, and the learning environment will become increasingly challenging as they move from level 4 to level 6.

The course is vertically and horizontally integrated and students will build on knowledge, skills, and abilities from level 4, and throughout level 5, to achieve the course learning outcomes at level 6. The learning and teaching activities throughout the course will enable students to succeed at every level and will produce capable level 6 undergraduates who can then become successful hospitality business managers in an increasingly complex, globalised world.


Awarded by: Leeds Beckett University  


Fee Structure:








3. MBA (Executive)

The MBA (Executive) programme offered by The British College (TBC) is a career development programme provided by Leeds Beckett University, UK. The programme is aimed at experienced business professionals with more than two years’ business experience.


The British College MBA (Executive) Courses


You will be taught to develop and transform your leadership skills through strategic management. Your experience at The British College will help to develop your managerial style and transform you into a strategic thinker, helping to prepare you for the uncertain global environment which we now face in business. On completion, you will feel confident in applying and using theory in a practical way, after trialling your concepts on the course during the consultancy project.

We want to equip students with analytical skills, improve their leadership skills and enable them to contribute effectively to business and management practices. This programme offers you the unique opportunity of gaining an internationally recognised Masters degree in Nepal from a distinguished British University.

The time spent on our MBA (Executive) will expand your knowledge with cornerstone management theories that allow you to specialise within your chosen sector. Our Executive MBA will equip you for the challenges you will face in the future.



Our aim is to give you the space to think and critically appreciate your current strengths and areas for development and to gain insight into both your leadership skills and realise the management challenges you face. We help you develop and apply new decisive leadership methods to enable you to raise your game and inspire your people.

The MBA (Executive) recruits experienced practitioners who wish to both accelerate their career opportunities and directly apply their learning to enhance their own performance and that of their organisation. You will be encouraged to share your working experiences with colleagues on the programme and with expert staff who can support you to devise practical solutions to your leadership challenges.

Programme Leader: Ms Sunita Basnet







4. MBA (Graduate)

The MBA programme offered by The British College in Kathmandu is a career-oriented programme from Leeds Beckett University, UK. The primary aim of the programme is to provide postgraduate level knowledge, understanding, and skills that prepare students for their career in business and management.


The British College MBA Graduate Course


In the programme, students will have opportunities to develop their management and leadership style that will help them think and move strategically in an uncertain business environment. They will learn how to apply academic theories and concepts in addressing real-life business issues. Besides that, they will also be equipped with analysis and communication skills that are needed to work with stakeholders in business from a diverse background. Independent learning, creative, and critical thinking skills that students develop in their studies and project works will help them to be innovative and entrepreneurial in generating and implementing effective ideas in their works.

Awarded by: Leeds Beckett University

Programme Leader: Ms Sunita Basnet


Fee Structure:








5. MSc International Business Management

MSc International Business Management is a programme provided by the University of the West of England, UK.   This programme offers you the unique opportunity of gaining an internationally recognised Masters degree in Nepal from a distinguished British university.   The MSc International Business Management is designed for those who have recently completed their undergraduate degree and who wish to progress to a career in management within a corporation, government, or an international organisation.


The British College MSc International Management Course


The primary aims of the programme are to equip students with an advanced understanding of the concepts and current/pervasive issues within international business, as well as develop the analytical and research skills needed to make reasoned and creative contributions to business and management practice. In addition, the programme also aims to prepare students for a career in international business and management by extending their personal and interpersonal skills and enhancing lifelong learning skills.  Finally, the course includes personal development aspects, allowing the student to be self-starting, original and innovative when contributing to business and society at large.


Programme Leader: Ms Sunita Basnet


Fee Structure:






B. Information Technology Courses at The British College


1. BSc (Hons) Computing


The BSc (Hons) Computing Programme at The British College is run in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, UK. Students studying this course will gain highly sought-after skills in computer programming, database development, networking, website development, systems modelling, and computer security. This course is equivalent to BSc CSIT and BIT in Nepal.


The British College BSc Computing Course


These are vital skills for gaining entry into organisations which demand confident and technically equipped computing graduates.


Students will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects, focusing on specialist areas of their choice, including web technology, network and communications, database or software development.


The objectives of the programme are to provide students with:

  • practical experience and theoretical understanding of globally established techniques of analysis, design and systems development.
  • detailed knowledge of and a critical understanding of key aspects of computing, from the forefront of the discipline.
  • the ability to undertake computing projects to a professional standard by the consistent application and review of development, management and evaluation methods and techniques.
  • experience in co-operative working through group projects.
  • professional-level skills in technical and report writing, public speaking and presentation. The ability to independently undertake research and critically evaluate arguments, assumptions, abstract concepts and data.
  • a wide breadth of understanding that enables them to be enterprising in devising and sustaining arguments and solving problems using innovative ideas and implementing learned techniques in a multicultural and globalizing world

Awarded by: Leeds Beckett University  


Associate Dean: Arun Joshi


Programme Leader: ohit Pandey


Fee Structure:




2. BSc (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics

The British College Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Course


The BSc (Hons) Cyber Security and Digital Forensics (*Subject to validation) at The British College is a partnership with the University of the West of England.

Study one of our highest-ranking degrees for graduate employment and play an important role in helping organisations manage cyber-attacks and investigate digital evidence.


As a graduate, you’ll be highly employable. Organisations often approach graduates, due to the skills shortage in this field. Most students are in employment within six months of graduating. Choose from a range of careers in the private or public sector. Opportunities include working for in-house forensics, e-discovery and security teams, legal practices or the police.


Highly skilled security professionals are in high demand. No organisation is immune to cybercrime, meaning that all need to make IT security a top priority. The first step is finding the most qualified professionals to lead the way.


Why study cybersecurity and digital forensics?


  • Cybercrime is on the increase and set to keep growing as technology becomes more widespread.
  • High-level security breaches have led government, public services and corporations to dedicate more resources to computer security.
  • Meanwhile, digital forensics is providing a wealth of material for law enforcement for the police and businesses.
  • This has led the UK government to highlight an urgent need for skilled graduates in forensic computing.
  • Cybersecurity professionals are responsible for protecting IT infrastructure, edge devices, networks, and data.
  • More granularly, they are responsible for preventing data breaches and monitoring and reacting to attacks.
  • The skills of programmer and systems or network administrators and in math and statistics are undoubtedly relevant to the role of an IT security professional, but equally as critical are the things that aren’t necessarily things that can be taught – critical thinking, curiosity, and a passion for learning and research.


Career Path 


  • Choose from careers in government and the private or public sector.
  • Roles can be within forensics and security teams, legal practices or the police and related organisations.




  • Experiment and develop vital professional skills in our modern facilities.
  • Gather and evaluate forensic evidence using industry-recognized software such as EnCase and Autopsy in well-equipped computer labs.
  • Analyze viruses and attempt to hack systems in our dedicated isolation lab. Develop and test networks using our specialist networks labs.
  • Our mix of traditional and creative learning environments will enable you to learn essential knowledge and real-world skills, standing you in good stead for your professional career.


Accredited Body


This course is accredited by the Engineering Council and the British Computer Society.


*The Engineering Council is the UK regulatory body for the engineering profession. We hold the national registers of over 222,000 Engineering Technicians (EngTech), Incorporated Engineers (IEng), Chartered Engineers (CEng) and Information and Communications Technology Technicians (ICTTech).


Awarded by: The University of the West of England


Associate Dean: Arun Joshi


Programme Leader: Rohit Pandey





3. MSc Information and Technology

The MSc Information and Technology is a program rich in a specialization that provides a transformational experience to its students, integrating the technological and business aspects of modern IT. This course is designed to address the high demands of both the private and public sector by filling the current digital skills gap and providing students with the skill set required to succeed in the industry.

The British College MSc Information Technology Course


There are no prerequisites with regards to the faculty of any previously obtained degree. Our MSC IT course is the open stream, with relevant IT industry experience. In an era when digitalization is pervasive across all sectors and industries; this course makes skilled IT experts, who will gain the ability to deal with complex IT issues in businesses systematically and creatively. We recognise that each individual has his or her own yearnings and initiatives. In light of this our MSc Information and Technology course allows students to tailor their learning and pick the advancements and aptitudes they need to learn and specialise in their chosen area. Recent graduates and mature students will find this course beneficial: we have a special course team that will help students identify the modules or pathways best suited for their career aspirations. MSc Information and Technology course incorporates a wide scope of career pathways e.g.


  • Software Engineering
  • Information Technology Management
  • Network Communications


The course has been designed to allow for customization of modules to grant students the freedom to choose from a wide range of different subject areas. This adaptable method of learning allows students to choose their studies and match both professional goals and personal needs/objectives.

Utilising the abilities of the faculty and the content within a variety of the modules, students will be empowered by the content of the modules, and the assortment of the modules, students will be able to expand their skills to the utmost of their abilities.
The course enables students to hone their critical thinking skills; students will establish self-direction whilst addressing problems similar to those faced in IT industry.

Class timings are flexible; they can be scheduled for the morning or the evening in accordance with the requests of prospective students.


Why study MSc Information and Technology at TBC?

TBC wants to promote and enhance independent study and lifelong learning.


  • We want to develop professionals who are sound in their field and have a critical awareness of current IT issues—and an understanding of how those issues fit into a wider context.
  • We will enable students who want to take up specialist routes because we believe they must have as much opportunity as possible to advance their knowledge in areas they deem as essential.
  • TBC will provide a base of knowledge and experience rooted in the developed world that can be easily utilized in the unique and often special situations of the developing world.


Awarded by: Leeds Beckett University


Associate Dean: Arun Joshi


Associate Programme Leader: Rohit Pandey


Fee Structure:




C. Cambridge A-Level Programme delivered by British Model College


GCE A Level

Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, British Model College (BMC) is arguably the best, most well-equipped and cutting edge A Level College in the country.  BMC offers prestigious Cambridge Assessment International Education A Level courses, established in 2013. The College is registered with Cambridge Assessment International Education as Centre Number NP 744 and has received approval from the Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal.

Subject combinations offered at this College prepare students to enter engineering and medical colleges, or set students up in the pursuit of higher education in the liberal arts or pure science; as well as computer studies accountancy and management faculties. Advanced Subsidiary Level General Paper remains a compulsory subject, irrespective of the group of three principle subjects.

We are fully dedicated to providing the highest level of education which is demonstrated by the provision of seasoned faculty members, world-class infrastructure and a friendly and nurturing educational environment for our students, whilst still ensuring an independent learning environment.

We uphold a personalized approach to education where each student’s work is carefully monitored and evaluated to help ensure their success.


Cambridge Assessment A Level

Cambridge Assessment International Education AS and A Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifications providing exceptional preparation for the commencement of university education. The Advanced Level is the ‘gold standard’ of Cambridge International Examination qualifications. Students receive a qualification equivalent to that granted in the UK. The qualification is accepted universally as an entry requirement for universities, including those in Nepal.

D. Other Courses delivered by British Professional College


ACCA Programme

Course Overview


British Professional College, owned by The British College  Kathmandu offers the ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) programme, the largest and fastest-growing international accountancy body, with over 527,000 students and 219,000 fully qualified members spread across 179 countries worldwide.


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