Trinity International College



Are the fees of Trinity affordable?

Yes! We make it a point to keep our fees as low as feasible without any hidden costs and without compromising on what we give to our students.

What is the procedure for admission?

Admission to Trinity is given only to eligible post-SEE/equivalent level students on the basis of an entrance test followed by a personal interview. 

The exact dates are notified soon after the publication of the SEE results.

What are International A Levels?

International A Levels are a University of Cambridge qualification taken after Grade 10 or O Levels. They refer to the General Certificate of Education (GCE) under the supervision of University of Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). They normally take two years to complete.


AS stands for Advanced Subsidiary Level, which is the first year, and A2 for A Level, which is the final year.

To study A Levels a student must have completed SEE or an equivalent examination.

Grade Percentage
A* 90% or more
A 80% - 89%
B 70% - 79%
C 60% - 69%
D 50% - 59%
E 40% - 49%

Only for the AS Level at the end of the first year; for the A2 Level at the end of the second year.

CAIE conducts A Level exams twice a year (after every six months) i.e. May/June session and October/ November session

A Levels exams here are conducted by CAIE under the supervision of the British Council, Nepal.

The results of the May/June and the October/November exams come out in the following August and January respectively.

Yes, credits of AS Level/A Levels are transferred to some Colleges/Universities abroad.

How does A Level help me to get college or university admission?

An increasing number of institutions in Nepal and around the world conduct their own scholastic assessments and, increasingly, admission is getting related to students’ performance in such tests plus their A Level grades.


Yes, A Level graduates can pursue higher education in Nepal or any other country of their choice.

Yes, you can compete in MBBS and Engineering Entrance examinations but you should have the required subject combinations. A Levels students are competitive enough to succeed in these exams.

At Least three A Level subjects along with EGP at AS Level are required.

This varies from country to country and from institution to institution. Generally, in the UK three A-Level subjects are required.

Known as the gold standard, A Levels have a wide scope in all academic fields with ample opportunities around the globe. The A Level certificate awarded by the University of Cambridge is the gateway to entry to almost all the college or universities of the world.

A Levels are internationally recognized by colleges or universities and other educational institutions. They facilitate admission to a good university or college anywhere in the world. They also provide students with a positive educational experience that equips them for further study or employment.

Why should I opt for Trinity?

Trinity has a culture of proven academic excellence. The College has highly qualified teachers and very good facilities and services.

Every year, educational experts from CAIE come to Nepal to verify whether the GCE Colleges have maintained the specified standards or not. Furthermore, our teachers are trained through CAIE online training facilities using the Cambridge School Hub and courses at the British Council.

For information about Subject Combinations, Scholarships, Facilities & Services, ECAs, Admission Process and other details, please see the A Level Prospectus.

To know more about A Levels, please go through our prospectus or visit:,

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