About Nepal

Nepal is not only an appropriate destination for study but also for you to explore yourself and expand your potential in every which way.

Officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia bordered by the Indian states of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Sikkim, and in the north by Tibet. With an area of 147,181 km², Nepal is slightly larger than 1.5 times the size of Portugal, or slightly larger than the U.S. state of Arkansas.

Nepal, popularly known as the land of himalayas is home to eight of the 10 highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Kanchenjunga (on the border to Sikkim).

A population of 31 million reside in the country. (2016 est.), wherein, the largest city and national capital is Kathmandu.

About half of the population speaks the official language, Nepali, but there are more than 123 languages spoken as a mother tongue in different parts of Nepal.

Here are a few reasons why should consider Nepal as a prospective study destination:


The Nepal government welcomes the UK university to commence their courses in Nepal, with the vision that the students in Asia will be able to attain qualification from the United Kingdom at an affordable cost.


The affordability factor is vital because the students can also study their first year in Nepal and then move forward to studying the second and third year in the UK, which makes the cost of study a whole lot affordable.


The tuition fee in Nepal is lot cheaper to study in, than other Asian or Western countries. To acquire a UK qualification in some Asian countries, it costs approximately 6000-7000 pound/year whilst in Nepal, it costs 3000-3500 pound/year.


Nepal is a country that is friendly with tourists where we welcome people with open hearts. The students will be able to study in a homely environment and get internationally recognized qualification for global job market.


When you study in Nepal, you explore more than just the premises of your college building or the streets of where you are residing. You will have access to the natural beauty that Nepal holds in its hands. The students can try activities like hiking, rafting, mountain climbing, bungee jumping, paragliding and so much more.


The cost of living is cheaper compared to other Asian countries.