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Institute of Advanced Communication, Education and Research (IACER) was established in February 2001 with the aim of providing advanced research degrees in the Humanities and Social Sciences, with English Studies at the heart of the academic experience.
IACER is the first institution to offer the M.Phil in English program in Nepal, and the only to offer semester-based M.A. in English.
At IACER we understand the academic flexibility is a crucial element in today's global learning environment. We offer interdisciplinary course that blend traditional inquires with contemporary issues, and students are asked to engage not only with literary texts but also with immediate and imminent socio-political concerns like globalization, conflict transformations, gender relations, and the environment. Our small class sizes ensure that students get individualized attention in this pursuit, and seminars and guests lectures facilitated by professors from all around the globe expose students to existing debates in world education.
IACER is creative and invigorating space where contemporary issues in the Arts and Social Sciences are debated in and out of classroom - join us in our pursuit of academic excellence
IACER professors, widely respected for their research and scholarship, are dedicated to academic excellence and committed to intellectual freedom. Our faculty consists of distinguished scholars, researchers and authors who are known for their eagerness and passion. Our experienced staff members are always ready to address student concerns.
Merit Scholarships available. 100% scholarships are available to 3 students in both M.A. and M.Phil. programs.
IACER has entered its fourteenth year of academic pursuit. During these years we have engaged ourselves with students from various academic disciplines and professions. We have endeavored to learn about life and art, the values of the Humanities, about individuals and communities, about conceptualizing the world around us, and many other humble and eminent things.
Amidst such dynamism of scholarly pursuit, I have always believed in what my favorite thinker, Jacques Derrida, says: “Scholarship is the profession of ethics, which prepares mature minds who in turn shape and modify social behaviors. This is the idea of the university in general and the Humanities in particular. Things that concerns the history of truth and values, in its relation to the questions of man and society, of what is just to man, of human rights, of democracy, of crime against humanities, and so forth, all must find its space of discursivity, without condition and without presupposition, its legitimate sp
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