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  • Nepali Soul

    August 28, 2015 at 8:58 am

    Hi Avi brother, honestly, I say its better to try for abroad if you want to get foreign degree. I have also done MBA from foreign affiliated college in Nepal but don’t see much advantage doing so. Why not you prepare very nicely for entrances and try one more time in TU , KU or top PU colleges. My personal honest opinions brother. If you need to know more about foreign affiliation and how are syllabus/teaching methods and all you are free to send me Inbox message. Cheers!

  • Avi Khadka

    March 24, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    Thanks Nepali Soul. Decided to reappear in the TU MBA exams and if not got passed I will try KUSOM MBA. Many people whom I asked suggested the same.

  • Prakash Poudel

    April 14, 2016 at 2:23 am

    Foreign affiliated colleges are also good but I don’t think top and reputed universities will give affiliation to colleges of Nepal. Better apply for abroad to study MBA than studying foreign affiliated MBA in Nepal. You can get a decent MBA degree in Australia, USA, UK if you intend to study well and not to earn money for now. Working few hours a day will make you able to pay college fees. So I prefer TU,KU over foreign affiliated universities. And I prefer studying abroad over TU,KU. There are lots of MBA colleges in Kathmandu with so much unhealthy competition/promotion. Choosing a good college is always challenging when it is not of Tribhuwan University. But again, except few good colleges I think all other colleges and affiliations are similar. Oops I forgot to say that foreign affiliated MBA are better than the average PU affiliated MBA colleges in Nepal.

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