BSc of Environmental Science benefits in British Environment
१४ फाल्गुन २०७७, शुक्रबार १३:२०
Kathmandu – Environmental Science Is a renowned degree guided mainly through the process of protecting and conserving the environment. The scope of this degree is slowly gaining progress throughout the world with new environmentalists making ground-breaking discoveries on a regular basis.
Environmental Science is a study that a lot of students have been pursuing throughout the world and since the implementation of the course subject in educational sectors, it has been garnering attention and making beneficial changes throughout the environment. In the context of Nepal, environmental science has been continuing its course with affiliations from Kathmandu University and Tribhuwan University.
Currently the course takes about 4years to complete and the certificate of graduation and your academic excellence is only limited within the boundary of Nepal with no emphasis on global career prospects.
NAMI college is one of the most reputed colleges of Nepal. With BIT, BBA, BSc, +2 and A levels courses being conducted in their premise with international degree, it has been so far successful in making their students an example of their proud qualifications. Since the affiliation of NAMI College with a British University of Northampton which is a reputed university on its own, NAMI has been successfully able to introduce existing bachelor’s degree with international affiliation.
Environmental Science is one of the courses that needed an international degree in Nepal so the students pursuing this career path can have a sustainable and reliable future in the global market. With international degrees, global companies prioritize the academic performance of the students who have a degree from a renowned institution.
NAMI College has proudly announced admission open for Nepal’s first and only international degree of Bachelor’s in Environmental Science with a 3-year course experience guided by excellent tutors and updated course material.
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