Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) is a four year, eight semester program. The program is offered at Thames International College by the School of Business and Technology in affiliation with the Faculty of Management, Tribhuvan University. Students are required to complete 120 credit hours of course work and practicum training to graduate.
The success of an organization today, be it private or public, for profit or not for profit, in achieving its goals relies largely on its leadership, which is why the BBM program at Thames focuses on developing managers who are also leaders Students will be trained to become business managers with critical thinking skills, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems. As part of this program, you will have the opportunity to not only learn about general business management but also to focus on the area or industry you are interested in.
Required General Education Courses (36 Credit Hours )
|MTH211||Business Mathematics I||3|
|MTH212||Business Mathematics II||3|
|SOC202||Nepalese Society & Politics||3|
Required Business Management Major Courses (60 Credit Hours)
|MGT 201||Principle of Management||3|
|ACC211||Computer Based Financial Accounting||3|
|ACC212||Accounting for Decision Making||3|
|MGT202||Human Resource Management||3|
|MKT201||Fundamentals of Marketing||3|
|RCH201||Business Research Methods||3|
|ACC213||Corporate Taxation in Nepal||3|
|MGT314||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|MGT206||Business Environment in Nepal||3|
|MGT209||Business Ethics and Social Responsibility||3|
Required Specialization Courses Bank Operations and Cooperative Management (15 Credit Hours)
|BNK 211||Banking Law||3|
|BNK 212||Wholesale and Retail Banking||3|
|BNK 213||Futures and Options Markets||3|
|BNK 214||Commercial Bank Operations||3|
|BNK 215||Capital and Money Markets||3|
|BNK 216||Treasury Management||3|
|BNK 217||Cooperative Management||3|
|BNK 218||Micro Finance and Rural Banking||3|
|BNK 219||Investment Banking||3|
Required Specialization Courses
Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
(15 Credit Hours)
|EED 211||Entrepreneurship Development||3|
|EED 212||Principles of Small Business Management||3|
|EED 213||Creativity and Innovation||3|
|EED 214||Entrepreneurial Marketing||3|
|EED 216||Small Business Planning and Creation||3|
|EED 217||Project Management||3|
Required Elective Courses (9 Credit Hours)
|ELE 221||Emerging Global Business Issues||3|
|ELE 222||Information and Technology Management||3|
|ELE 223||Management of Foreign Trade||3|
|ELE 224||Organizational Development and Change||3|
|ELE 225||Budgeting and Financial Forecasting||3|
|ELE 226||Event Management||3|
|ELE 227||Service Operations Management||3|
|ELE 228||Labor Relations Management||3|
|ELE 229||Negotiation Skills||3|
|ELE 230||Real estate Management||3|
At the time of admission
|Fees||Amount Payable on Admission|
(Admission, University Registration, Induction
and Education Support Programs)
Semester wise fee breakdown
|Level||No. of Credit
Hour per Semester
|1 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Fall, 2020|
|2 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Spring, 2021|
|3 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Fall, 2021|
|4 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Spring, 2022|
|5 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Fall, 2022|
|6 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Spring, 2023|
|7 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Fall, 2023|
|8 Semester||15 Credit Hours||Rs. 6,450.00||Rs.96,750.00||Spring, 2024|
Smart Savings Scheme
Students can receive a discount of 15% should they decide to pay the tuition fees of all 4 years during the time of the admission.
Early Bird Discount
Students are eligible for an early bird discount of Rs.32000/-. The discount is available till November 30, 2020.
Students are required to pay examination fee to the university every semester. The examination fee is not included in any of the headings above and is payable at the time of examination registration.
Certain academic and extracurricular criteria have to be met for applicants to enroll in a program at Thames International College. While academic competence is an important requirement, Thames International College seeks students who believe in a hands-on learning approach, who want to develop into innovative learners and professionals, and who we believe can fully benefit from the facilities we provide. Applicants will be reviewed through their applications and interviews before being admitted. Additionally, applicants at Thames must sit for the Central Management Admission Test and must meet the following academic requirements.
Minimum Academic Requirements (10+2: HSEB/ CBSE/ ISC or equivalent Boards)
- Passed all courses of 11th and 12th grade.
- Can be from any stream be it , Management, Hotel Management, Science, or Humanities.
- A minimum CGPA of 1.8 in 10+2 with a minimum of D+ in all individual subjects or minimum of second division marks in any equivalent Board.
- A minimum of 40% in CMAT.
Minimum Academic Requirements (A- Levels)
- Should have completed 3.5 credit (GP plus 3 courses).
- Should have been provided equivalence by Nepal Education Board.
Step 1: Apply Online
Step 2: Pay your Application Fee
Step 3: Appear for an interview
Step 4: Accept the offer letter
Step 5: Pay admission fee
For more information please visit our Admission page.
Thames offers scholarships to students requiring financial aid. Scholarships are awarded based on need, merit, and students’ performances. For details:
Entrance Test (CMAT)
Central Management Admission Test (CMAT) is conducted by the Faculty of Management at Tribhuvan University for students wishing to enroll in the programs under the School of Business and Technology. CMAT contains one hundred objective questions and has a total weight of 100 marks.
The test has four primary areas and each of these areas carry a 25% weightage. Student must secure a minimum of 40% in the CMAT in order to apply for admissions to Tribhuvan University programs. Students will be tested on areas of Verbal Ability, Quantitative Ability, Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness.
Thames also offer University Preparation Program from May through September. To learn more, please visit:University Preparatory Programs CMAT Preparation Classes
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