Master of Business Administration (MBA) program of Tribhuvan University is implemented by the autonomous School of Management (SOM) on a full-time basis. This MBA program’s focus is on developing the managerial and entrepreneurial capabilities of students through curricular and co-curricular activities.
The MBA program specifically aims to:
The program has been designed at 60 credit hours with components that involve course work, seminars, practicum, experiential learning, and graduate research project. The total duration of the program is 2 years. The program is spread over four semesters. The maximum duration for the completion of the requirements for the MBA program is five years from the date of registration.
The course components comprise courses on business foundations, core areas, capstone, and concentration area courses. Students also develop their knowledge and skill through research, seminar, practicum, and experiential learning.
The applicant to the MBA program must meet the following minimum requirements to be eligible to apply for the MBA program:
Students applying for the MBA program must fill in the application blank with all details of their personal information and past academic records. The application blank and the brochure will be available from the SOM reception during office hours. The application blank can also be downloaded from the school’s website (www.somtu.edu.np). The completed application along with the transcripts and certificates should be submitted to the office as per the publicly notified time. At the time of submission, students pay Rs. 1000 for admission tests. This fee must be deposited in the school’s account no. 0501010000163 at the Global Bank and the deposit voucher submitted along with the application.
SOM shall conduct four-stage admission tests for appropriate screening of applicants. The applicants shall be screened in each of the stages.
Written test: This test will be based on the GMAT format. The duration of the test will be 2 hours.
Group discussion: Groups discuss a given topic. The performance of applicants is recorded by a panel of judges based on leadership, logic, and conclusions.
Individual presentation: Applicants present their views and opinions on a given topic to the panel of judges.
Personal interview: Personal interview to measure applicant's motivation level, attitude, and capability to handle the pressure and rigors of the MBA program.
SOM has the final authority in selecting the students for the program.
Student intake for the MBA program will be twice a year. The spring intake will begin from the month of January for the February - June semester, while the fall intake will begin from July for the August - December semester. In each intake, SOM will admit a total of 35 students (30 for regular students and 5 allocated for the Corporate Sponsored and Foreign student quota).
The regular class for the program is arranged between 8.AM to 1.00 PM through Monday to Friday.
Scholarships: In order to encourage students to excel in the program TU School of Management has arranged a scholarship of Rs. 20,000 for students securing the SGPA of 4.0, and Rs. 10,000 for students securing SGPA above 3.7. The amount of scholarship shall be deducted from the fee payable in the subsequent semesters.
The MBA program is implemented over four semesters. Each semester consists of 16 weeks. There will be a preparation week (17th week) and an end-semester examination week (18th week). The program runs without a long vacation.
First Semester Courses 15 Credits
Second Semester Courses 14 Credits
Third Semester Courses 16 Cr. Hrs.
Fourth Semester Courses 15 Cr. Hrs.
Elective Courses (Anyone in Third and Fourth Semester Each)
Concentration Area Courses
(A student has to choose one concentration area out of four available areas. After choosing a concentration area, students can choose any one subject from within that concentration area in the third semester and a fourth semester each.)
Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development
Human Resource Management