By Bishal Deep Basnet on Mar 13,2018 - 16:47
Here you'll find the best 3 BBA colleges in Nepal. These 3 colleges made it to the top 3 on the 3rd National B Schools Rating-Ranking Awards 2017. This event was held at Hotel Annapurna in 2017.
This event was held by New Business Age Pvt Ltd.
Anyway, here are the 3 colleges, along with a brief description.
Established in 1996, Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) is the first college to introduce Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program in Nepal.
Since then, KCM has become one of the most preferred choices for students who want to pursue BBA education in Nepal with its reputations of not only providing quality management education but also equipping students with the necessary skills and mindset to excel in today’s competitive, complex and ever-changing business environment.
Ace Institute of Management is a contemporary, open-minded, conscientious learning center where students at different levels prepare to meet the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.
In their 12 year life, Ace has established itself as a leading institution that is living its vision of enhancing the capacity of its students and institutions in Nepal to contribute to the nations' development.
South Asian Institute of Management (SAIM) is an independent, academic institution established in Kathmandu, Nepal in 2005 to provide need-based management education and engage in management development, research and consulting to facilitate the growth and development of various career options.
One of the major strengths of SAIM College is its faculty members who are well-qualified and experienced with adequate exposure to their areas and remain constantly updated with their expertise through research, consulting, and training. The faculty aims to help the students explore the latest management thinking so they gain knowledge, skills, and insight into all critical areas of general management.Tags - Education , BBA Colleges in Nepal , Colleges in Nepal , Top 3
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