KATHMANDU: Herald College Kathmandu held a ceremony to celebrate its graduating batch of 2022.
Graduation is a significant milestone in every college student’s life. With the assistance of their loved ones, including parents, guardians, teachers, and friends, graduating students reflect on the timeless moments spent on campus, while the college provides them with a platform to express gratitude for the experiences this phase offers.
In total, the year 2022 will see 396 graduates. There are a total of 361 graduates in BSc (Hons) Computer Science and 35 graduates in BSc (Hons) International Business Management.
In the annual graduation ceremony, Herald College Kathmandu rewarded the recipient of the Innovate Nepal Group Postgraduate Scholarship, who will be further pursuing an International MBA courtesy of the college.
Prakash Shrestha, CEO of Herald College Kathmandu, and Tim Steele, Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of Wolverhampton, offered their congratulations to all the graduates. “Dear Graduates, We are very proud of the impeccable achievements that you have made. There is nothing beyond your capacity. You can now see possibilities no one has seen before. “You can always win as long as you have the zeal to win,” Shrestha expressed.
The Pro Vice-Chancellor of the University of Wolverhampton also took a moment to recognise the achievements of the students at Herald College. He said, “It gives me immense pleasure and honour to hand these certificates to future achievers, and I would like to congratulate Herald College on furthering our university’s dream of taking education to the next level, which in turn helps us contribute back to our societies.”
Herald College has been providing an immersive and professional curriculum to its students over the years through its Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and International Business Management and now with Master’s Degree in International Business Administration.
Meanwhile, Herald College Kathmandu extended congratulations to the class of 2022 graduates as well as the recipients of our postgraduate scholarship and wished them all the best in their future endeavours.