By Bishal Deep Basnet on Mar 13,2018 - 14:28
There are a lot of colleges in Nepal. And you may not always know what's best for you. So, we've made a top 3 list of the best business colleges in Nepal for your convenience. This list isn't made by personal opinion though, so don't worry about it being "wrong" in any sense.
Recently, there was an awarding event for the National Business Schools Rating-Ranking. The event was held at Hotel Annapurna in 2017.
The top 3 colleges that were decided at this event are:
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 our 12 year history, since our inception in 1999, we have established ourselves as a leading institution that is living its vision of enhancing the capacity of individuals and institutions in Nepal to contribute to the nation s development.
Established in August 1993 as a premier management development institute under Kathmandu University, Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM) pioneered high quality and market responsive Graduate Management programs (MBA and EMBA) that are widely recognized as a passport to successful professional management career. It has produced over 650 high-quality management graduates who are managing leading organizations across all sectors - with passion and professionalism
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 managers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders in South Asia which is emerging as the most dynamic Asian regional economic center for global trade, investment and technology innovation. SAIM offers MBA (Global Business) and BBA programs under affiliation from Pokhara University.Tags - Education , Business , Business Colleges , Top 3
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