The students of Bachelors, Masters and PhD of Law, Political Science, International Relations and other social sciences can apply for participation.

Yes, the students from stream other than those mentioned in FAQ no. 1 can also apply. However, they must meet the following conditions:

      1. They must show interest (through previous works) in the theme of the program; international relations
      2. They must submit a separate letter of interest to within the deadline.     

The final decision is completely on the discretion of the organizers.

The KD, the International Summer School is the flagship program of the Kathmandu School of Law. The KD, as the name suggests, is a platform to hold dialogue on various themes. The KD is a 10-days long International Summer School where the participants discuss, deliberate, debate and find out solutions for issues collectively and learn from  internationally recognized faculties.

This year, however, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 10-day program has been concentrated to a 6-day program.

The KD is a virtual event that will take place completely online this year. The event will use a virtual environment which allows delegates to attend keynote sessions and participate in small-group breakout sessions.

The broad theme of the Summer School is Rethinking Power- Compassion, Politics and Global Governance. Please Check the prospective program schedule page for further details.

For both the classes and informal interaction, English will be the operative language.

If you registered for the event but are unable to attend, you can request a recording of the keynote session(s) by email at Breakout sessions are not recorded for privacy reasons.

USD 50: For foreign participants

NPR 5000: For Nepali participants

Yes, limited partial scholarships in the registration fee are provided based on merit and/or need. No scholarships on travel fare will be provided.

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