BBA at Westcliff

All our courses are based on a continuous assessment system where every week, you will be engaging in class & online discussions, writing papers and doing presentations alongside your course projects.
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Deadline: Jul 28, 2024

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FinTech

This concentration focuses on investments and the workings of financial institutions. Students will study topics such as corporate and global finance, and financial and technical feasibility analysis of a project or program. This concentration provides a solid foundation for entrepreneurs who wants to start their own business.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
BUS 360 Introduction to FinTech
Session - VIII (12 credits)
FIN 365 Emerging Financial Technology*
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principles of Advertisement
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
Session - IX (12 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
FIN 401 Financial Institution and Market
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
FIN 366 Digital Banking*
FIN 362 Introduction to Blockchain Technology
PRG 322 Python For Finance*
FIN 404 Investment & Portfolio Management
Session - XI (9 credits)
FIN 364 Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency
FIN 363 Cybersecurity in FinTech
FIN 361 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Management
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA FinTech Faculty Members

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Arun Phuyal
Adjunct Faculty
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Niraj Shukla
Adjunct Faculty
Marketing Management

BBA program in Marketing equips students with essential knowledge and skills for success in the dynamic field. It covers market research, consumer behavior, branding, advertising, digital marketing, and strategic planning. Through theoretical coursework, case studies, and hands-on projects, students gain proficiency in analyzing trends, targeting audiences, and creating effective campaigns. Graduates pursue diverse marketing careers in brand management, research, sales, advertising, and digital marketing.

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BBA Marketing Management Faculty Members

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Arvindra Ranjit
Adjunct Faculty
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Aviral Paudyal
Adjunct Faculty
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Amir Joshi
Adjunct Faculty
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Dixit Bhatta
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
Human Resource Management

The Human Resources concentration focuses on employee selection, training, management development, industrial relations, compensation and the dynamics of organizational behavior. Students are prepared to become human resources practitioners in high-performing organizations. They will demonstrate competency in critical areas, including business practices, making strategic contributions to an organization and effective management of the human resources department.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
TECH 100 Introduction to Technology
Session - VIII (12 credits)
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principles of Advertisement
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
PMP 300 Project Management
Session - IX (12 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
BAA 409 Product Design For 21st Century
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
HRM 400 Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
HRM 401 Compensation and Reward Management
MGT 400 Performance Management
MGT 401 Management in Labor Relations
Session - XI (9 credits)
HRM 402 Strategic Human Resources Planning
HRM 403 Negotiation and Conflict Resolution*
HRM 405 Training and Development*
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Human Resource Management Faculty Members

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Amir Joshi
Adjunct Faculty
Bijaya Mani Paudel photo
Bijaya Mani Paudel
Head - Community Affairs and Innovation
Dipa Dhungana  photo
Dipa Dhungana
Coordinator - Academic Compliance
Prayas Rajopadhyaya photo
Prayas Rajopadhyaya
Adjunct Faculty
Investment and Economics

Investment and Economics explores the spectrum of economic situations and investment decisions for students to investments in the ever changing markets. Therefore, this course intends to provide a broad knowledge of the functional aspects of a company including the development of practical managerial, communications and business decision-making skills, assist in implementing theories in real life situation by imparting practical knowledge in business, economics, and investment and to use the complex economic and econometric models very easily for the day-to-day business decision making.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
ECO 403 Fundamentals of Mathematical Economics I
Session - VIII (12 credits)
ECO 404 Fundamentals of Mathematical Economics II
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principles of Advertisement
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
Session - IX (12 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
FIN 401 Financial Institution and Market
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
ECO 401 Investment for Sustainable Growth
ECO 400 Regional Integration and Economic Development
FIN 404 Investment & Portfolio Management
ECO 402 Economics of Welfare
Session - XI (9 credits)
ECO 406 International Economics
ECO 407 Financial Econometrics
ECO 408 Monetary Economics
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Investment and Economics Faculty Members

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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
Aaryaa Subedi photo
Aaryaa Subedi
Adjunct Faculty
Ajay Kumar Shah photo
Ajay Kumar Shah
Adjunct Faculty
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Akash Shrestha
Adjunct Faculty
Digital Marketing

This program provides students with the skills set to leverage digital marketing platforms such as social media and search engines. Students will learn about marketing, communication and analytical knowledge, and will investigate ways to engage company audiences, clients and consumers to sell products and grow.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principles of Advertisement
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
PMP 300 Project Management
Session - VIII (12 credits)
Session - IX (12 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
BAA 409 Product Design For 21st Century
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
MGT 303 Online Business
MKT 402 Applied Search Marketing
MGT 402 Customer Relationship Management
MKT 400 Applied Marketing Analytics
Session - XI (9 credits)
MKT 403 Digital Marketing Strategy
MKT 404 Integrated Marketing Communication
MKT 401 Social Media Strategy
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Digital Marketing Faculty Members

Aviral Paudyal photo
Aviral Paudyal
Adjunct Faculty
Amir Joshi photo
Amir Joshi
Adjunct Faculty
Arun Phuyal photo
Arun Phuyal
Adjunct Faculty
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Nancy Agrawal
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
Applied Art and Design

BBA  Applied Arts and Design at King’s College is designed to provide students with business and management education that is coupled with a critical appreciation for Arts and Creativity. This course is designed to develop a creative entrepreneurial mindset by blending professional business skills highly desired by the industry with critical and dynamic parts of liberal arts education.  By undertaking this course students will hone their abilities to identify the prospects in developing innovative solutions and creating entrepreneurial ventures.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
BAA 403 Photography Basics and Beyond
Session - VIII (12 credits)
BAA 404 Art of Film Making
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principales of Advertisment
LDR 303 Fund of Operations Management
Session - IX (9 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
BAA 409 Product Design For 21st Century
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
BAA 405 Color Theory and Psychology
BAA 406 Music Majors and Fundamentals
BAA 402 Art of Fine Art
BAA 400 Art as Entrepreneurship
Session - XI (9 credits)
BAA 407 Craft of Writing
BAA 408 Graphic Design and Digital Creation
BAA 401 Managing Creativity and Innovation
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Applied Art and Design Faculty Members

Bijaya Mani Paudel photo
Bijaya Mani Paudel
Head - Community Affairs and Innovation
Dixit Bhatta photo
Dixit Bhatta
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
Sagun Baba Shrestha photo
Sagun Baba Shrestha
CERAD - Full Time Administrator
Finance Management

The FinTech specialized BBA program is a degree to foster financial entrepreneurs to lead toward innovation in financial services through technology-enabled platforms. It provides essential knowledge in the domain of both finance and technology that covers Introduction to Financial Technology, Retail Bank Management, Distributed Ledger, Smart Contracts, Blockchain and Blockchain Technologies, Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency, Forensic Accounting, Fraud Management, and Innovative Payment Solutions or Electronic Payments Systems. However, the program ensures to provide hands-on knowledge and experience in trends and practices that are currently taking place around the world in the field of Financial Technology. The program will be focused on rising technologies and their applications in the FinTech industry. The specialization program is aimed at developing professionals who can lead and manage BFIs that are delivering services to customers with enabled technological platform.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
TECH 100 Introduction to Technology
Session - VIII (12 credits)
FIN 365 Emerging Financial Technology*
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principles of Advertisement
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
Session - IX (12 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
FIN 401 Financial Institution and Market
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - X (12 credits)
TECH 100 Introduction to Technology
BAA 409 Product Design For 21st Century
FIN 400 Working Capital Management
BUS 360 Introduction to FinTech
FIN 366 Digital Banking*
Session - XI (9 credits)
LDR 303 Fundamentals of Operations Management
BUS 339 Financial Derivatives & Risk Management
FIN 402 Corporate Financial Decisions
FIN 404 Investment Decisions
Session - XII (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Finance Management Faculty Members

Chittaranjan Pandey photo
Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
Aaryaa Subedi photo
Aaryaa Subedi
Adjunct Faculty
Ajay Kumar Shah photo
Ajay Kumar Shah
Adjunct Faculty
Raunak Karanjit photo
Raunak Karanjit
Adjunct Faculty
Business Analytics

The BBA in Business Analytics program provides students with a deep understanding of data-driven decision-making in today's dynamic business environment. This program offers a balanced blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical experience, equipping students with the expertise needed for data analysis and predictive modeling. The program focuses on developing skills related to technical and management aspects of data analytics to prepare graduates to drive business success through informed insights.

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Session - I (12 credits)
COM 101 Composition 1
MTH 110 Quantitative Reasoning & Problem Solving
COM 102 Composition 2
BUS 300 Foundations of Business
Session - II (12 credits)
ORG 300 Intro to Organizational Behaviour
HUM 231 Language, Culture, & Power
SCI 225 Nutrition, Health, and Fitness Basics
ENG 315 Intro to Business Writing
Session - III (12 credits)
HUM 221 The Impact of Art: Visuals, Design, & Media
LDR 300 Intro to Leadership
ACC 300 Principles of Accounting
Community Project
Session - IV (9 credits)
MTH 120 Personal Finance
Tech 310 Management of Information System
FIN 300 Essentials of Corporate Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MTH 300 Foundation of Business Statistics
COM 206 Speech, Debate, & Ethics
ECO 300 Concepts of Micro_Economics
MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
Session - VI (6 credits)
COM 207 Critical Thinking & Research
SBS 220 Introduction to Political Economy
Consulting Project
Session - VII (12 credits)
ECO 301 Concepts of Macro_Economics
MGT 301 Intro to Sales Management
BUS 306 Business Law
Foundations of Business Analytics
Session - VIII (12 credits)
Foundations of Predictive Analytics
ENT 300 Essentials of Entrepreneurship
MKT 302 Principales of Advertisment
LDR 303 Fund of Operations Management
Session - IX (9 credits)
MKT 301 Necessities of Intl Marketing & Culture
Data Mining and Modeling
RES 300 Intro to Business Research
Business Project I
Session - (12 credits)
 Foundations of Big Data Analytics
Python for Business Analytics
Digital Marketing Analytics
Session - (9 credits)
Quantitative Techniques for Business Analytics
Business intelligence and Data Visualization
Data Analysis and Reporting (Excel)
Session - (6 credits)
MGT 300 Fundamental of Decision Making
CAP 400 Development of Business Strategy
Graduation Project / Internship

BBA Business Analytics Faculty Members

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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
Alok Khatri photo
Alok Khatri
Part Time Faculty
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Gaurab Raj pandey
Adjunct Faculty
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Niraj Shukla
Adjunct Faculty

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FAQs

Can I submit the application form online?

Yes, the application form is submitted online.

What is the admission test fee?

The total Admission Test fee (including the fee for the Application Form) is free of cost.

Where do I get the application form?

Application forms can be filled out on King’s website https://www.kingscollege.edu.np/online-application/   or can be obtained from King’s College admission office.

Can someone else submit the application form for me?

Yes, anyone can submit the application form, but the application form should be properly filled, duly signed by the applicant, and submitted with the required documents on time.

What documents are required while submitting the application form?

You need to submit the certified copies of the following documents: 

  • Color scanned copy of Nationality certificate English version (for Nepali nationals) or copy of Passport (for foreign nationals). Indian Citizens can submit the Identity Card issued by the Embassy of India. 

  • Original copies of educational qualifications (Transcripts, Certificates, and Character Certificate) of highest degree earned. 

  • IELTS/TOEFL/PTE or letter from College stating that you have studied in English medium.

What needs to be done after submitting the application form?

The admission Team will reach out to you for aptitude tests and personal interviews.

What are the selection criteria at King’s College?

The selection criteria are based on the evaluation of personal statement, interview, your previous academic performance, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a written entrance examination.

When will the result be published? 

The result will be published within 2 days of your final interview.

 

Is the Westcliff degree accepted in Nepal?

The acceptability of degrees or academic credits may differ by country or academic oversight agency. Consult with the designated academic institution or approval authority in the specific country or region.

 

Do you offer scholarships? What types of scholarships are available?

Yes, King’s College supports students through a range of scholarships across our academic programs and provides financial assistance. Read more through the documents https://kings-website.vercel.app/files/Scholarship_Policy_and_Procedure.pdf

Is the degree accepted worldwide?

The acceptability of degrees or academic credits may differ by country or academic oversight agency. Consult with the designated academic institution or approval authority in the specific country or region.

Can I transfer the credit to any other University?

Credit is awarded by Westcliff University. Acceptability of transfer credits to other institutions is at the discretion of the accepting/receiving institution.

What additional skills can students expect from King’s besides academic engagement?

King’s College has set up separate centers for all students to cater to their own developmental needs. The Centers are – Student Development Center, Career Services, CERAD, My Emotions Matters, Community Service-Learning Program, Do Lab, teach LAB, Demola, etc.   Besides these, international visits, foreign language classes, and many national and international events are organized regularly.

 

What are the eligibility criteria for BBA? 

Eligibility criteria are: 

Nepali and non-Nepali nationals with a High School degree or equivalent in any discipline are eligible to apply for King’s College BBA Program.

 

My final year results are not out. Can I apply? 

If you have completed the qualifying educational level, you can apply on a provisional basis, provided you have already taken the final year examination and passed all previous year examinations. You must submit your final transcript one month before the admission date. However, even after admission, if you fail to meet King’s BBA eligibility requirement, your admission will be canceled. Fees once paid are non-refundable except for security deposit.

 

What is the structure of the BBA admission test?

The admission test consists of three phases 

  • Assessment of Statement of Purpose 

  • An entrance examination consisting of an analytical essay
  • Personal Interview

What is the duration of the BBA program and credit hours?

All BBA programs at King’s College are 4 years -  120 credit hours.

 

Don't miss your chance to unlock your potential - apply now to King's College Nepal and discover endless opportunities for growth and success in your chosen field!

Admission Deadline:

  

July 28, 2024