Founded in 2068, Liverpool International College (HSEB Registration No. 7672) initiated its academic journey from the session 2068-69. The inception period saw the College enroll 807 students in Grade XI, of which 513 students chose the Science stream, 277 students - Management and 17 students - Humanities. The ratio of boys to girls enrollment is 60/40.
The College conducts two shifts, the Morning shift begins at 6:30 A.M. and ends at 11:15 A.M. for the Management & Humanities stream / 1:30 P.M. for the Science stream while the Day shift begins at 11:00 P.M. and ends at 3:00 P.M. for the Management & Humanities stream / 5:50 P.M. for the Science stream.
Personal student care and guidance has featured as the topmost priority of the College since its first day of running. The secret of LIC’s success lies in the student experience itself, which places special emphasis on building the skills students need in life - whether in the public or private sector, in academia, in a multi-national company or a small local business.
Consequently, we strive to ingrain in our students the values that build up on their academic ability, motivation and resourcefulness.
Students benefit from a stimulating study environment, research-led teaching, and interaction with academics who are working at the frontiers of knowledge in their field. This all serves to encourage critical thinking and nurtures both self-reliance and teamwork - attributes which are highly valued for further higher studies in their chosen field.
We admit approximately 900 high school graduate entrants each year, the large majority of whom are SLC graduates from the Kathmandu Valley, however. with strong representation of students from other districts of the country. While competition for entry is strong, LIC is an inclusive academic institution with a good record on widening access and increasing participation, and we welcome applications, irrespective of background, from everyone with the potential to succeed at LIC. Academically strong and deserving candidates can avail of scholarships which are designed to honour and stimulate their potential of achieving further levels of excellence in their academics. Accordingly, academically sound but financially deprived students are also offered attractive scholarships to support their academic pursuit in the higher secondary level.
The College has invested substantially in its estate in the inception period. The pre-existing complex have benefited from major refurbishment including the provision of new and well-equipped laboratories, multi-media laboratory, libraries and computing facilities. The latest developments include an extension to the administration block adjoining the main academic block, which after completion will house 2 additional laboratories, a multi-media audio-visual hall, 4 classrooms in addition to a number of faculty room for the different Departments. In addition, the College has acquired on lease an annex building, located adjacent to the Cafeteria area which houses 16 classrooms, Conference hall at the basement along with several smaller rooms for administrative purpose.