PU - Institutional Tie-Ups
Pokhara University – PU – was established in 1997 under the Pokhara University Act, 1997. PU was formed under government policy for improved access to higher education. The main function of Pokhara University is to produce skilled human resources necessary for national development by providing quality education. In order to achieve such an objective, it HAS A Semester system-based curriculum and an evaluation methodology with high priority given to practical knowledge and research.
Pokhara University strives to advance its teaching and research efforts to meet global standards of excellence. The University has successfully developed many collaborative links with different Universities and Institutions from Nepal and abroad and still aiming to develop more international collaborative links. The University is also developing cooperative activities including student and faculty exchange programs, joint training programs, organizing academic conferences and seminars, as well as other types of academic activities with its collaborative Universities and Organizations. At present, the University has cooperative agreements with following Universities and Organization.
The following is a list of the institutional partners of PU. Being an affiliated college, Quest too has the right to collaborate with any, some, or all of these institutions thereby making our degrees powerful tools in the hands of our graduates enabling them to work or study in different parts of the world.