• College Leadership

    Offices & Services

Office of Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs provides leadership to achieve the academic mission of the college. The office is responsible for the following services:

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Office of Student Affairs

The Office of Student Affairs works with all aspects of students’ lives at Thames, starting right from events/activities, complaints/suggestions/feedbacks, student support etc from the beginning of their journey at Thames

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Office of Admissions

The Office of Admissions works starting right from the pre-admission phase providing admission counseling services, guidance and support until the admission process is completed.

  1. Academic Counselling
  2. Admissions

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Office of Administration

The Office of Administration serves the students, schools, offices, faculty and alumni of Thames International College through registration, record keeping, roster management, issuance of letters, conduction of examinations, maintenance of academic grades and communication and coordination with the university.

The Office of Administration is responsible for following services

  1. College Administration
  2. IT Centre
  3. David J Rusk Library
  4. My Thames

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Office of Finance and Logistics

Office of Finance and Logistics is responsible for all the activities related with finances, accounts, payments, fees and logistics at Thames.

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School of Business and Technologyy

Thames School of Business and Technology is for future leaders and managers and for students with an entrepreneurial spirit. The school of business and technology prepares students for the technology-driven corporate world, allowing them to strengthen their managerial, leadership, and communication skills with internships and events where they are able to practice as professionals.

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School of Social Sciences

Thames School of Social Sciences promotes social sciences and arts in Nepal, empowering students who want to change the status quo with the knowledge of the complexities, diversities, and shifts in real world scenarios that will help them to do so. They are encouraged to question the system and find answers for themselves, developing strong reading, writing, and problem-solving skills, where they apply their education to real world issues, in the process of their education.

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