Why Choose Morgan ?

Excellence in Teaching & Learning

Morgan offers the academically sound learning environment using high-tech teaching equipments. It has highly qualified and experienced faculty members. Morgan provides student-centered learning and teaching environment. Teaching is delivered by using modern technologies such as power point, web-surfing, audio-visuals etc. Morgan focuses on learning by doing whereby students actively participate in workshops, seminars, group discussions and presentations through power point.

Ultra-modern Infrastructure & Physical Facilities

Morgan has spacious, well-furnished, air-conditioned classrooms. It has well-equipped science, hotel management and computer laboratories, library, standardized playground for different games and exclusive cafeteria with reasonably priced food items. Students enjoy free Wi-Fi access and other multimedia facilities.

Student Experience & Satisfaction

Morgan's undergraduate & graduate students form a lively and supportive strong community of approximately 2900. Our staff are happy to provide one-to-one guidance throughout their studies. Most of our students have expressed overall satisfaction with their courses.

Extra/Co-curricular Activities

The college regularly runs extra/co-curricular activities such as creative writing, sports, excursions, workshops, seminars, personality development, career counseling programs etc. Students can have plenty of opportunities for developing all round personality.

Affordable Fee

Morgan is dedicated to provide quality education in affordable fee. Our courses are competitively priced so as to provide every student with an opportunity to achieve quality education.

Accommodation

Morgan provides accommodation for residential students. There are separate, well-furnished hostels for both boys & girls.

Accessibility

The college is accessible from all the corners of the Kathmandu Valley via Ring Road which has regular public transportation service. Moreover, Morgan provides transportation facility to interested non-residential students from and to various corners of the Kathmandu Valley.