MBA 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 21, 2024

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Financial Management

MBA Financial Program is designed to provide a theoretical and practical framework for managing money in public and private organizations. It encompasses a wide array of theories, concepts, applications, and analytical tools needed for effective decision-making. Students will explore how organizations and individual investors make decisions in accessing and deploying capital.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
BUS 650 Emerging Technologies
Session - IV (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
FIN 600 International Finance
FIN 601 Entrepreneurial Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
FIN 602 Analyzing & Visualizing Data for Finance
FIN 603 Financial Institutions, Markets, and the Economy
MGT 605 Managerial Decision Making
FIN 604 Investment Analysis
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

MBA Financial Management Faculty Members

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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
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Ajay Kumar Shah
Adjunct Faculty
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Raunak Karanjit
Adjunct Faculty
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Sandesh Paudyal
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
Marketing Management

MBA Marketing Program aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the most current thinking and practices in the marketing field. The course focuses on training students in the principles and practices of marketing tools and techniques and skills that students need in the professional market. Students will get an in-depth idea about sales management, consumer behavior, strategic brand management, and many more areas that are required to become a successful marketer.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
BUS 650 Emerging Technologies
PMP 601 Project Management
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
MGT 603 Sales Management
MKT 601 Digital Marketing Metrics & Management
Session - V (12 credits)
MKT 606 New Product Development
MKT 600 Consumer Behavior & the Decision-Making Process
MGT 605 Managerial Decision Making
MKT 603 Strategic Brand Management
Session - (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis
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"Coming from a Beauty Pageant background, and working in media as a TV presenter in reality shows, RJ on radio, and actively as an Emcee for most events held nationally and Internationally, I enjoy talking with people and expressing myself. I set goals, I plan, I commit, I fuel passion, I perform with a result-oriented approach, I reflect and learn and this is how I achieve. For me, professionalism is discipline to achieve preferred results. I also believe in positive change and orient my professional endeavors towards change management- for the benefit of all. In my life, being a good human being has been my fundaments and that has given enough grounds for me to be a socially responsible person. Integrity has always been my core value in addition to care and respect for others. I tune my ambitions to the utmost stretch of my existing and desired competencies, my beliefs and interests, and my ultimate objective to exist on this planet for centuries. I believe in the inherent people potential, and the miracle teamwork can bring in."
Nisha Pathak
Batch 2023 - MBA

MBA Marketing Management Faculty Members

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Arvindra Ranjit
Full Time Faculty /Administrator
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Aviral Paudyal
Adjunct Faculty
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Amir Joshi
Adjunct Faculty
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Krishna Khanal
Full Time Faculty /Administrator
Human Resource Management

MBA Human Resources Management Program aims to provide skills and knowledge to smooth the human resource management functions of an organization. Students explore areas such as employee hiring, retention plan, training, and development plan, and performance management tools to understand the needs of the workforce. This program is designed to develop skills for managing an essential resource of any organization—its employees.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
HRM 600 Human Resources Management
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
HRM 601 Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion in Management & Organizations
LDR 600 Leading Strategic Change Within Organizations
Session - V (12 credits)
LDR 601 Managing Workplace and Conflict Resolution
HRM 602 Performance Management System
MGT 605 Managerial Decision Making
MGT 604 Managing Global Diversity
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

MBA Human Resource Management Faculty Members

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Dixita Silwal
Adjunct Faculty
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Prayas Rajopadhyaya
Adjunct Faculty
Data Analytics

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Data Analytics degree program prepares individuals for careers in management in all sorts of industries such as Health, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Textiles, and Trading wherever data-driven decision-making is required. More specifically, it aims to provide an opportunity for students to develop knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and understanding that will build deep competency in the skills needed to implement and oversee data-driven business decisions including collecting, managing, and describing datasets; forming inferences and predictions from data and making optimal and robust decisions.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
BUS 650 Emerging Technologies
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
BUS 690 Informatics for Managers
DATA 610 Database Design and Management
Session - V (12 credits)
MIS 550 Big Data Analytics & Visualization
DATA 630 Prescriptive Analytics in Business
DATA 640 Cloud Data Visualization
DATA 620 Data in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

MBA Data Analytics Faculty Members

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Anmol Adhikari
Adjunct Professor
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Alok Khatri
Part Time Faculty
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Niraj Shukla
Adjunct Faculty
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Prabhat Acharya
Adjunct Faculty
Entrepreneurship

MBA Entrepreneurship at King’s aims to nurture entrepreneurship enthusiasts, ideators, and new startup founders in creating and managing an innovative, sustainable and scalable venture. The program is a blend of academic rigor and real-life practice. It navigates students through the process of venture creation, from ideating to launching while devising themself with appropriate entrepreneurial tools and developing the needed entrepreneurial mindset to run the venture. 

The objective of the program is to develop the Entrepreneurial Mindset among the students. Entrepreneurial Mindset is the problem-solving mindset by which an individual takes the charge of the (local) problems and challenges the status quo and provides solutions that people can easily afford and access.

 

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
MKT 601 Digital Marketing Metrics & Management
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
MGT 603 Sales Management
FIN 601 Entrepreneurial Finance
Session - V (12 credits)
MKT 606 New Product Development
MKT 600 Consumer Behavior & the Decision-Making Process
MGT 605 Managerial Decision Making
ENT 600 Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

MBA Entrepreneurship Faculty Members

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Narottam Aryal
President - Chair
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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
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Amigo Khadka
Part Time Administrator /Faculty
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Pravin Adhikari
Adjunct Faculty
Tech and Innovation

As technology reshapes the globe and innovation transform markets and industries, today's managers must possess a strong technology and innovation management capability. This concentration course of this program will help the student learn how to incorporate new technologies, promote innovation into an organization’s existing culture, and imply data analytics to foster data-driven actions.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
BUS 647 Strategic Management of Technological Innovation
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
BUS 690 Informatics for Managers
MIS 540 Management of Information Security
Session - V (12 credits)
MIS 550 Big Data Analytics & Visualization
DATA 630 Prescriptive Analytics in Business
BUS 691 Information Technology Project Management I
MKT 606 New Product Development
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis
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MBA- Tech and Innovation has certainly offered new learning dimensions. The incorporation of business and technological aspects in the course has certainly helped me excel in various decision making processes in my workplace. With the technological advancement happening rapidly, the course is certainly an extra value for career growth. Business and technology go hand by hand and in such a case, this course is a real game changer.
Roshan Karki
Batch 2023 - MBA

MBA Tech and Innovation Faculty Members

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Dr. Rajib Subba
Adjunct Faculty
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Anmol Adhikari
Adjunct Professor
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Arun Phuyal
Adjunct Faculty
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Niraj Shukla
Adjunct Faculty
Non-Profit

MBA Nonprofit brings forward an entrepreneurial and managerial approach to create, manage and grow sustainable high-impact nonprofits in the broader socio-economic context of Nepal. We aim to promote a discourse of “financially sustainable, impact-driven, accountable, and transparent nonprofit organizations that foster local innovations through participatory collaborations.” The program combines academic rigor and professional practice to empower leaders for high-impact nonprofit startups, social enterprises, profit-not-distributing companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), international NGOs, foundations, corporate social responsibility projects, public-private partnerships, and social businesses of Nepal and beyond.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
BUS 638 Logistics Mgmt. for Humanitarian and Dev. Projects
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
BUS 627 Managing Non-Profit Organizations
BUS 628 Fundraising and Grants Management
Session - V (12 credits)
BUS 644 Monitoring and Evaluation
BUS 646 Governance and Leadership
BUS 654 Public Policy Analysis
ENT 600 Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

Career Pathways

  • NGO management
  • INGO management
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The reason I chose King’s was for its unique programs and values. It has nurtured my authenticity and helped me move forward. MBA Nonprofit has enhanced my learning in applying the entrepreneurial approach in social sector.
Anamika Silwal
Batch 2023 - MBA

MBA Non-Profit Faculty Members

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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
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Agraj Dangal
Adjunct Faculty
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Ajay Uprety
Adjunct Faculty
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Akash Shrestha
Adjunct Faculty
Agribusiness Management

MBA Agribusiness Program aims to train Nepali students on agribusiness's managerial and entrepreneurial aspects, with a focus on diverse sector management underlying the agricultural sector. The course focuses on training students in the principles and practices of agricultural production, value addition, marketing, supply chain, global trends, and future challenges. Students will get an in-depth idea about Agribusiness through regular interaction with industry leaders, seminars, workshops, and so on.

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Session - I (12 credits)
MGT 600 Influential & Impactful Communication
MKT 500 Marketing Management
ORG 500 Organizational Behavior
LDR 500 Organizational Leadership
Session - II (12 credits)
ECO 500 Managerial Economics
ENT 500 Entrepreneurial Concepts and Mindset
MIS 500 Managing Information Systems & Technology
Session - III (12 credits)
FIN 500 Financial & Accounting Skills for Managers
MGT 601 Operation Management
AGM 600 Introduction to Agribusiness Management
AGM 601 Agricultural Innovation for Development
Session - IV (12 credits)
RES 600 Business Research Methodology
AGM 602 Rural Marketing and Sustainability
AGM 603 Agribusiness Environment and Policy
Session - V (12 credits)
AGM 604 Food Processing Management
AGM 605 Farm Management
AGM 606 Agribusiness Supply Chain Management
AGM 607 Agribusiness Financing
Session - VI (12 credits)
MGT 500 Strategic Management in a Globalized Economy
CAP 600 Applied Methods Capstone or CAP 611 SMART Capstone
Graduate Project / Research / Thesis

MBA Agribusiness Management Faculty Members

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Chittaranjan Pandey
Head-CERAD - Member
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Sandesh Paudyal
Part Time Administrator /Faculty

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Empowering Minds, Inspiring Futures: Unleash Your Potential at Kings College Nepal, where academic excellence meets transformative experiences, shaping tomorrow's leaders with a global perspective.
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FAQs

What are the eligibility criteria for an MBA?

Eligibility criteria are: 

Nepali and non-Nepali nationals with a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent of at least three years duration (120 credits) in any discipline are eligible to apply for King’s College MBA 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/ semester examination and passed all previous year/ semester examinations. You must submit your final transcript by one week before the admission date. However, even after admission, if you fail to meet King’s/University MBA eligibility requirements or do not submit documents, your admission will be deferred or canceled. Any fees paid once are non-refundable.

What is the structure of the MBA admission test?

The admission test consists of three phases 

  • Assessment of Statement of Purpose 

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

 

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 is the duration of the MBA program and credit hours?

All MBA programs are of 2 years duration and 60 credit hours.

 

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.

 

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 21, 2024