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Nepal Presbyterian Theological Seminary

Nepal Presbyterian Theological Seminary (NPTS) (Previously known as Nepal Theological Seminary) is located in the Southern part of Kathmandu, Nepal, the first college to award Bachelor of Theology in the history of Christianity in Nepal. Established in 1986 by Rev. Dr. Emmanuel Sung Ho Lee, the first Korean Missionary to Nepal.

The Seminary stands for equipping pastors for the present and future church by pastoral practicum and academic training. Some of the first students to enroll in NPTS were now serving as the head of the Institute, Organizations, Senior Pastors and teachers. NPTS maintained an open enrollment policy to every denomination.

NPTS is a vibrant and diverse Christian community, where staff and students live and learn together as they seek to grow as disciples and serve God with their lives. NPTS students are from different places, different churches, with different callings, and yet are united by a love for God and His people.    



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NPTS is accredited by Asia Theological Association. 
 


"NPTS is called to be a welcoming community in which God works to form his people by integrating spiritual, academic and practical education rooted in his Word, for growth in Christian life and service, locally and around the World."