Delivering a transformative educational journey to students, the Ace A-level program is dedicated to equipping them comprehensively for their future studies, careers, and life challenges. With a primary focus on cultivating managerial and leadership competencies, this program actively involves students in a diverse range of extra-curricular and co-curricular activities.
Guided by a core belief in the diversity of learning approaches, the program champions the notion that no single method surpasses the rest. Encouraging students to embrace their learning journey, the program fosters a sense of ownership over their educational endeavors. Instructors serve as facilitators, enabling students to grasp fundamental concepts and apply them to real-life situations. The pedagogical approach encompasses a range of elements including lectures, interactive small group exercises, immersive management simulations, project-based assignments, comprehensive case studies, and engaging presentations. To enrich the learning experience, a variety of tools are integrated, including computers, statistical resources, simulations, and audio-visual aids.
Notably, the lecture sessions stand as interactive platforms, inviting students to actively participate through contribution and engagement. This program's objectives encompass two key aspects:
Distinguished as an exclusive institution dedicated to management education, Ace offers an A-level program solely focused on the management stream. This emphasis on social science subjects extends Ace's established proficiency in delivering education tailored to individuals aspiring for management careers.
The college boasts an inclusive Guidance Counselling Program, a pioneering initiative within Nepal. This program ensures that students' educational journey harmonizes seamlessly with their individual aspirations and purpose.
Embracing a project-based learning philosophy, co-curricular activities will be devised and executed by the students themselves. Over the academic year, students will propose and compete in 10 projects. Selection criteria for these projects will take into account factors such as popularity and feasibility (including safety, diversity, and budget considerations). The projects are strategically designed to enrich the learning outcomes of the subjects they are studying. Examples encompass on-campus discourse sessions, off-campus events, life-skills seminars, exposure to BBA and MBA classes, engaging guest speakers, cultural exchange initiatives, and travel opportunities.
A core facet of the institution's approach lies in fostering a culture of self-directed learning, empowering students to realize the inherent potential within themselves.