The British College in Kathmandu (TBC) and University of the West of England UWE) in Bristol have been working together since 2012 dedicated to offering the post graduate course in Master in International Business Management (MSc International Business Management/ MIBM).
MIBM is a two year post-graduate degree programme which consists of one semester of TBC pre-masters and three semesters of UWE degree programme. The PG degree programme has been approved by the Ministry of Education in Nepal and it has also been recognised by Tribhuvan University (the national university) of the country.
The primary aim of the programme is to equip students with an advanced understanding of the concepts and current/pervasive issues within international business, as well as to develop the analytical and research skills needed to make creative and strategic contributions to business and management practices. In addition, the programme also aims to prepare students for a career in international business and management by extending their personal and interpersonal skills and enhancing their lifelong learning skills.
Degrees from internationally recognised UK universities offering the same qualifications as you would get if you were studying in the UK, but with the comfort and cost-effectiveness of remaining in Nepal.
|Course||70% in +2||80% in +2|
|Foundation||15% off first semester||25% off 1st first semester|
For current students, the three toppers for each intake, of each year will be awarded the following scholarship:
1st: 50% off their tuition fee for the next semester
2nd: 25% off their tuition fee for the next semester
3rd: 15% off their tuition fee for the next semester
The business course tutors have strong expertise in their field and operate an open door policy. I have found this very beneficial as I've been able to discuss any of my concerns with them throughout my time on the course.
I chose the MSc International Business Management because it’s not an ordinary postgraduate programme – it combines theory and practice from the very first day to ensure that students are well prepared for a career in global management. This approach really helped me build confidence and take a more ‘hands on’ approach to study.