Why is UK the Best Higher Education Destination for you?
British Council Nepal is hosting an informative session on 'Why is UK the Best Higher Education Destination for you?'. If you are a student or a professional considering applying to universities in the UK or looking for information on education in the UK, this is the opportunity for you.
Date: 22 March 2022
|Climate Change/Climate Connection showcase event (hybrid)|
19 January 2022
The event will
- launch 'Punte/Prakriti' Climate Change animation film and hold discussion with Curriculum Development Centre about climate change education
- Panel discussion covering the role of entrepreneurship and creative sectors in climate action
- Launch of the publication with 16 journalist outputs on the intersection of women and Climate Change. Find all the stories here - https://bit.ly/3r4JOA6
- Screening and discussion around climate change short films from Camera Sika project.
|Women of the World (WOW) Nepal Thinkin|
Women of the World (WOW) series of ‘Thinkin’ to be organised throughout the month of January – Lumbini(7 January), Nepaljung (date TBC) and Rolpa (22 January).
WOW Festival 2022 commencing from 8 March in a hybrid format.
|FREE IELTS preparation webinars|
Webinars to help you prepare for your IELTS test, that will cover all the necessary procedures, benefits of taking IELTS with the British Council, and available resources to prepare for the four modules of your IELTS exam.
|#StayAtHome, Continue to Learn|
A monthly webinar series for the personal and professional development of teachers.
|Camera Sika X Road to COP26 Climate Change short-list film launched|
Our jury panel consisting of representatives from partnering and supporting organisations Into Film, Nepali Film Development Board, UNICEF, WCN and IYMS have shortlisted 15 films from more than 50 films we received from across Nepal that explored a range of topics.
The launch of the films and voting begins on 19 August 2021. Follow us on British Council Official Facebook Page
|The launch of ‘In our own words”, a short fiction anthology by young people|
Two books, ‘My Heroine’ and ‘Our lives today’ contain 10 stories each and are gender and mental health-themed respectively will be launched. The stories represent the voices of young authors between the ages of 10 and 18 from different parts of Nepal.
Join us live on 9 July 2021, 4:00 PM onwards on British Council Nepal Official Page
|Camera Sika X Road to COP26: Climate Change Film Competition|
Deadline: 20 July 2021
A film/ documentary making competition on the theme of climate change and environment for teachers, educators and students. Apply!
|Workshop and Grant Opportunity: Women Reporters on Climate Change|
Deadline: 7 June 2021.
Opportunity f woman reporters in Nepal to take part in a specialised five-week media workshop on the links between gender and climate change, followed by mentoring and grant support to publish original reportage.
|Webinar on Improving Labour Market Information for Skills and Growth|
24 March 2021
Dakchyata: TVET Practical Partnership is hosting a webinar to support continuous dialogue on engaging the private sector in TVET. The first of such series will be shedding light on Improving Labour Market for Skills and Growth. Register!
|Success and Lessons on Providing Quality Education to Marginalized Girls in Nepal|
24 March 2021
A closed-event for sharing success and learnings from the English and Digital for Girls' Education project by VSO Nepal and the British Council.
|Micro Bit Mentor Workshop|
22-23 March 2021
Two-day training for the British Council School Ambassadors on handheld digital devices and technology. The training is a part of digital literacy under Connecting Classrooms programme.
|Virtual Heritage Tour|
19 March 2021
Sign up to take a virtual tour of Thori, Parsa district of Nepal to discuss the water crisis the people have been facing for years.
|Study UK Student Connect|
8-19 March 2021
Book exclusive appointments with 10 UK universities, attend live sessions by subject experts, and get all the information you need about courses, admission process, scholarships, modes of study, and more. Register today!
|WOW Week 2021|
1-8 March 2021
The British Council will be hosting a series of activities as Women of the World Week 2021. Through digital releases of live and pre-recorded content and selected physical events, we will explore the power of arts and culture to contribute positively to gender advocacy. Join us on Facebook!
|Masterclass and Q&A with Ramesh Meyyappan|
UK Artist Ramesh Meyyappan, as part of the British Council’s Disability Arts work, will be sharing a new set of videos with a closed group of theatre professionals and deaf participants of Nepal. Details and registration, here.