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Introducing the Weekend EMBA at the British College 

News 17 Jun 2022 167 0

Introducing the Weekend EMBA at the British College

The British College is proud to introduce the Weekend EMBA Programme, with a new flexible schedule, from September 2022.

Run in partnership with Leeds Beckett University, UK, TBC offers the only British EMBA programme in the country. This transformative leadership course has been created for professionals who wish to pursue their degree while balancing their work and personal life. 

The weekend programme has been designed with a flexible curriculum and schedule that offers students classes on Friday evening, Saturday morning and afternoon, and additional classes every second Sunday. In this way, The British College, the only BAC accredited institute in Nepal, is giving every student the opportunity to earn their EMBA while they work.

Applicants for the EMBA (MBA Executive) are required to have a minimum of two years of managerial experience, and as such the teaching targets professionals with roles in senior management and leadership teams. TBC aims to offer a networking environment to students by providing opportunities for them to meet with their prominent Industry Advisory Board, and complete consultancy projects that give them the opportunity to work with real-world clients.

Admissions for the programme are now open, and the first group of students to enrol will be able to take advantage of the International Mobility Programme (IMP) and travel with the College to Singapore or Dubai. 

Talking about the new schedule, the Head of the Business School, Sunita Basnet said, “Times are changing and the world is constantly looking for leaders who can not only think about the scalability of business, but also about transforming lives, contributing to the community, and paving pathways for the next generation. So, for this air of change, we are offering a Weekend Executive MBA programme that fits the needs of working professionals who are in managerial leadership roles and are ambassadors of change”. 

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