Anthony. E, Wieler OStJ MA MCSI
Born in 1937, he studied at Shrewsbury School and Trinity College, Oxford University, before National Service in the 7th Gurkha Rifles. Mr Wieler was an instigator of the Appeal which raised the original funds for the Gurkha Welfare Trusts. He became a member of the Britain-Nepal Society in its first year and, later an initial member of the Britain-Nepal Chamber of Commerce (becoming Chairman and then Vice President). The cadets from the Nepalese Army, studying at the Royal Military Academy,Sandhurst, were able to stay at Feathercombe (his home in Surrey) from 1964 until 2008 and he acted in loco parentis for other Nepalese students in England, including Dhruba Hari Adhikary (Nepal's leading journalist). He was a member of the London Stock-Exchange and went on to set up Anthony Wieler + Company as an Independent Investment Management company, employing 3 nepalese friends including Janak Basnet, who went on to become a major benefactor in Nepal. Mr Wieler has supported many enterprises in Nepal and joined the Board of South London College in 2011, becoming an Advisor to The British College in 2012.
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Access to computer facilities and resources across the College.
The British College, Kathmandu, invites applications from underprivileged Nepalese students for nominations for an undergraduate course in Bachelors of Business Administration or BSc (Hons) computing in respect of the Colt Foundation Scholarship for the academic year 2018-2019. The full scholarship will include all fees and maintenance costs.
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