MBA @ King's
Our 2-year 60-credit MBA programs are internationally affiliated, approved by Ministry of Education, Government of Nepal and recognized by TU.
As a part of your MBA program, you’ll spend two years in a hands-on learning environment through course projects as well as engaging in additional professional development modules related to the MBA program of your choice.
“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
(Alumni – MBA Nonprofit)
Meet Your Faculty
Learning at King's
1. Core & Specialization Courses
You’ll be enrolled in 40 courses involving in-class discussions, team projects, online discussions, academic papers and self-directed learning.
2. Course Projects
Our MBA has been designed around a continuous assessment system. Each week, you’ll participate in discussions, write in assignments, work on projects or do presentations.
3. Professional Modules
In addition to in-class discussions, you’ll also take part in workshops, modules and programs that will support and further develop your skills and knowledge as a professional.
4. Graduation Project
Towards the end of your King’s journey, you’ll also be working on your Graduation Project that allows you to work on a portfolio building project. You might engage in anything from a research paper to building product prototypes for that amazing idea you have.
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