KATHMANDU UNIVERSITY:School Of ARTS -Department of Languages and Mass Communication announces the Admission open for bachelor in Media Studies for the year 2013.
The program is conducted at School of Arts, Kathmandu University, Hattiban, Lalitpur.
The Duration of this Program is 4 years.
Eligibility: 10+2 or equivalent degree in any discipline from a recognized institution with at least second division (45%) marks.
Application form, admission brochure and sample questions can be obtained after 7 July 2013 from School of Arts, Kathmandu University, Hattiban, Lalitpur (between 10 am to 3pm on working days), with a payment of Rs. 1000.00 (non-refundable).
Application form can also be downloaded from
Last Day for Form Submission: 26 July 2013
Admission Test: 29 July 2013 (Time: 11am-1pm; venue: School of Arts, Hattiban)
Entrance Result: 31 July 2013 (The result will be available in the university website)
Interview: 1 August 2013 (Time: 11am onwards)
Students who have passed Class 11 and are waiting for Class 12 results can apply for provisional admission.
For details contact:
Department of Languages and Mass Communication
P.O. Box 6250, Kathmandu
Phone: 011-661399, 9843201361, 9841319291, 9841396922
e-mail: [email protected]
Kathmandu University is an autonomous, not-for-profit, non – government institution dedicated to maintain high standards of academic excellence. It is committed to develop leaders in professional areas through quality education.
It is located in a mountainous landscape in Dhulikhel Municipality about 30 kilometers east of Kathmandu (KTM) having round-the-year pleasant climate and panoramic Himalayan Views.
KU had a very modest start from a rented building at Tangal, Kathmandu. Now, it has been able to create a built up space of 46,846 square meters.
Within a period of 21 years, KU has built not only reasonable infrastructure, but also established a track record of academic excellence. At present, the University offers various undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate programs in science, engineering, medicine, management, education, arts, pharmacy, environment, music, human & natural resources, information technology and biotechnology, through School of Science, School of Management, School of Engineering, School of Medical Sciences, School of Education and School of Arts. In addition to 3695 students studying in its constituent campuses 7500 students are in its affiliated colleges.
The academic programs of the University are based on credit-semester system with continuous internal evaluations. The University has adopted 1 to 10 teacher–student ratio. However, KU is very cautious in recruitment of every single faculty or non-teaching staff. The staff strength at KU is 458 for teaching and 725 for nonteaching (Including Paramedical staff). The academic calendar of minimum 230 days is strictly adhered to; admission of students is based on merit, based on their score in the previous examination and written and oral entrance tests.