International Mobility Programme (IMP)


The British College’s International Mobility Programme (IMP) is designed to help students enhance their skills and capabilities through international trips. IMP aims to offer students an opportunity to gain experience-based learning via visits to schools and industries, corporations and cultural arenas. Through IMP, TBC hopes to inspire and motivate students to learn out of the box. The IMP is a short-term programme that has been designed to cater to the theory taught on the course, with practice-based learning that is facilitated through visits to specialised areas such as schools, industries, corporations, and cultural arenas.




Day 01: Nepal - Dubai

  1. Pick up from The British College and Transfer to airport
  2. Board Flight for Dubai, Arrive Dubai. Lunch at flight.
  3. Arrival at UAE in the afternoon by flight and transfer to Hotel On arrival, check-in at the Hotel.
  4. Marina Cruise/ Dhow Cruise Dinner- 7 pm be at lobby of hotel
  5. After cruise dinner drop at hotel. Overnight Stay at Hotel.
  6. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Day 02: Dubai

  1. Wake Up call & Breakfast at the Hotel.
  2. University/College Visit: Visit The Woolwich Institute, Dubai. Drop and pick up.
  3. Dubai City Tour
  4. Jumeirah Mosque
  5. Water Taxi
  6. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Day 03: Dubai

  1. Wake Up call & Breakfast at the Hotel
  2. Industrial visit Today you will proceed for world famous industrial visit for ½ day.(Facebook)
  3. Lunch break.
  4. Burj Khalifa Tour
  5. Dubai Mall
  6. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Day 04: Dubai

  1. Wake Up call & Breakfast at the Hotel
  2. After breakfast, proceed for a shopping and lunch at the restaurant
  3. Dessert Safari: 3 pm
  4. Duration: 6 hours (Approx.)
    (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)


Day 05: Dubai – Abu Dhabi City and Ferrari World Tour

  1. Wake Up call & Breakfast at the Hotel
  2. Abu Dhabi City Tour
  3. Ferrari World
  4. Dinner and overnight at hotel
  5. (Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner)

Do's and Dont's During IMP


Being in Dubai:
Dubai is a fabulous country whose people are some of the most genuine, hospitable and courteous to encounter anywhere in the world. Experience the deep, rich history and traditions on offer. Always remember that you are in a different country with a different cultural and belief system to most westerners, we can seem as strange to them as they might sometimes appear to us. It’s like the old saying “When in Rome” – it is just common courtesy to respect your hosts as we expect visitors to our country to respect our laws and traditions.

Do’s & Don’ts:
Statement from the Dubai government: Dubai is tolerant and cosmopolitan, and all visitors are welcome. However, Islam is a way of life in the city, and therefore tourists should adopt a certain level of cultural and religious sensitivity for the duration of their stay.

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