Sugata Buddhist College (Sister Organization of Nepal Buddhist Council) was established in 2012 affiliated to Lumbini Buddhist University. The college has been conducting a Masters in Arts in Mahāyāna Buddhism. Since its establishment, the college has produced more than 150 scholars in Mahāyāna Buddhism.
Mahāyāna Buddhism, which is termed as ‘Great Vehicle’ in Buddhism, its philosophy was initially focused on the students from the Newar Buddhist Community only. However, after the time span, many Non-Buddhists are found attracted towards the Mahāyāna Buddhism to get formal education and Sugata Buddhist College is happy to accept them as students and spread Buddhism in wider range.
In addition, the college instills in students moral values such as integrity, responsibility, empathy, collaboration and respect that are essential for students to be a good human being while nurturing their full potential, which are the main objective of Buddhism.
Our vision is to spread out Mahāyāna Buddhism while understanding and cooperating with various other yānas of Buddhism and other religions and cultural values in the society. Sugata Buddhist College has been formed to give students the actual philosophy as per Mahāyāna Buddhism.
Sugata Buddhist College with the objectives to benefit society and to foster talent to bring reform in Nepalese society by disseminating Buddhist Knowledge in true perspective. The scholars produced from the College are skilled as academic researchers.
Our qualified and experienced teachers, support and facilitate our students not only to achieve academic excellence but also to implement the buddhist phylosophy in their life and produce responsible citizen to the county and spread knowledge through them.