IACER Announces Admissions Open for MA in English and MPhil in English

From April 07, 2024
Until April 19, 2024

Institute of Advanced Communication, Education, and Research (IACER) located in Thapagaun, Kathmandu, has announced admissions open for MA in English and MPhil in English.

Key Details for Admission at IACER

  • Admission Deadline: April 19, 2024
  • Classes will begin from the Last Week of April 2024

Features of IACER

  • Fee is affordable.
  • 100% tution fee waiver is available.
  • Courses are up-to-date, interdisciplinary and diverse.
  • You can complete your two years of MA in English in exactly two years.
  • Excellent team of teaching facility.
  • Open to ALL disciplines since 2001.
  • Scholarships from Pokhara University are also available for both courses.
  • Students enrolled in the MPhil program can apply for the UGC Nepal Fellowship.

Pokhara University is extending three scholarships each for MA in English and MPhil in English programs at IACER. For further details on these opportunities, kindly visit HERE.


For MA English (Morning)

Students who have passed Bachelor's degree in such academic disciplines as Law, Development Studies, Social Work, Media and Communication, Management, English literature, and Education, among other disciplines, can apply for admission to M.A. in English program. 

In its MA program, IACER offers courses like Translation Studies, Culture and Tourism, Nepal Studies, Globalization, International Relations and Human Rights, Leisure Studies, History of Ideas, Environmental Literature, Advanced Academic Writing, Media Studies, Culture and Society, Literary Theory and Criticism, Discourses in Discipline, Film, and Fiction, and Theatre among other courses. 

For MPhil English (Evening)

Students who have a Master’s degree in any discipline are eligible for admission to MPhil in English. 

The MPhil in English program at IACER combines academic and practical courses, aiming to empower students to delve into their interests and uncover new avenues of thinking that enrich both their professional trajectories and academic pursuits. While the program provides a foundation in English philosophy and theory, its primary emphasis lies in equipping students with practical research skills. The program's core focus is on fostering development and social change, utilizing English language studies as a catalyst. It offers courses in cultural studies, philosophy, ethnic and identity studies, and international relations, all integrated within the broader framework of English Studies.