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Kathmandu College Of Management (KCM)
Name: Kathmandu College Of Management (KCM)

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Gwarko, Lalitpur, Nepal

About Kathmandu College of Management (KCM)

Understanding the need for quality management education in Nepal, Kathmandu College of Management (KCM) was established in 1997 as the first college to introduce the BBA program.

The prospect of business was growing in the country and this called for young minds to understand the corporate sector in terms of the global perspective. Thus, the mission of the college was to instill in students an academic rigor that would prepare them to meet the challenges and avail of opportunities in the international arena. Keeping this in mind, the endeavor at KCM has been to present a challenging environment with its courses, faculty, and resources. The focuses have been to produce management graduates who can effectively contribute to the world of business by realizing their potential to the maximum. Our Alumni will be informedcompetentcreativeconfident and ready to take on challenges of the world in all its diversity. Siam University Siam University was founded in 1965 by the late Dr. Narong Mongkhonvanit as the first 3-year private engineering school in Thailand. It began by educating a student body of only two hundred, offering only one program, Mechanical Technical Power, which led to the equivalent of an associate’s degree (two-year) in the United States by virtue of the Thai Private School Act. In 1973 the Siam Technical College, was formally established as a private, higher education institution with the authorization to grant degrees. Soon after, in 1975, the university launched programs leading to a bachelors’ degree in Accounting, Marketing or Secretarial Science. Within those programs, students majored in banking, finance, personnel management or marketing. Later, in 1986, Siam Technical College became Siam Technical University, and three years later became ‘Siam University’ to show diversity in fields of study. The undergraduate schools include: Business Administration, Communication Arts, Engineering, Law, Liberal Arts, Nursing, and Science. The Graduate Program offers Masters and Doctoral degrees in the following: Business Administration, Communication Arts, Engineering, Educational Administration, Public Administration and Information Technology. For convenience, Siam University’s various programs and courses are often available in both day and evening classes. In 1995 the international program was established, offering Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in International Business and International Hotel and Tourism Management. Currently there are over 400 students are enrolled in this program. With students from at least twelve nationalities, Siam University is ranked among Thailand’s top ten Universities for its population of International students by Thailand’s Commission of Higher Education, part of the Thai Ministry of Education.

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