Admission to the BBA (Emphasis/Honours) program is based on academic promise of applicants as indicated by their academic records, statement of objectives, recommendations, scores on entrance test and performance in the personal interview. Applicants are tested for their aptitude to management study through a written Entrance Test administered by the school. The test is designed to assess the applicants’ ability in verbal and quantitative reasoning, data interpretation and proficiency in English language.
Nepali and non Nepali nationals with Plus two degrees or equivalent study program of at least two years’ duration in any discipline with a minimum of 50 percent marks in aggregate or CGPA 2.0 on a scale of 4 can apply for admission to the BBA (Emphasis/Honours) program. GCE Advanced Level student should have passed minimum three subjects in A level and one general paper in AS level with marks/grades requirements as mentioned above. These criteria may change as per the school's decision during admission time. University Application Forms can be obtained any time in the year from the School of Management.
Basic Program Requirements
The maximum time allowed to complete the BBA (Emphasis/Honours) degree is seven year from the date of admission into the program.
Expenses (Fee Structure)
The total expenses of the entire BBA (Emphasis) program is Rs.8,50,000*. Students are required to deposit Rs.10000 as caution money.
(* subject to change without prior notification and Honours students will have to pay additional cost for Honours courses)
With a view to support needy and deserving students, the school provides financial assistance in form of tuition fee waiver. Students seeking such financial assistance must be accepted for admission into the BBA (Emphasis/Honours) program of the school.
The school is Life Member of Association of Management Development Institute in South Asia (AMDISA) and the founder member of Association of Management Development Institute in Nepal (AMDIN). It has signed Memorandum of Understandings with Harvard Kennedy School, USA; Management Development Institute, Gurgaon; Sri Ram Commerce College, Delhi; Thapar Business Schools in India; Stern Business School, New York State University, USA.