BA (Hons) Business and Management

BA (Hons) Business and Management

3 years

The BA (Hons) Business and Management program of the University of Sunderland is divided into 3 years with a total of 120 credit hours. The foreign-affiliated program is only taught in ISMT College with two locations in Nepal.

  • Fee:NPR 300,000 to 1,000,000

BBA is one of the University of Sunderland's most popular undergraduate business degrees and will give students a broad foundation in management, marketing, finance, operations, and the world economy. The course prepares students to acquire both knowledge and soft skills to deal with complex, uncertain, and dynamic situations that they are likely to experience in different business environments and contexts. The course provides you with the opportunity to engage with a range of contemporary management issues and themes and enables you to apply such learning through a range of real business scenarios live case studies and collaborative activities.

Importantly, students who have completed two years from ISMT can have their credits transferred to many universities in Australia, the USA, UK, and many more and complete their final year or they can complete it from ISMT. 

Job Prospects

Studying BBA from ISMT college leads students to a range of careers depending on their interests, a major area of study, and the amount of study or work undertaken during or after the course. The following are the career opportunities for ISMT graduates.

  •  Entrepreneur
  •  Business Analyst
  •  Business Development Manager
  •  Project Manager
  •  Marketing Executive
  •  Human Resource Officer
  •  Public sector Management
  •  Specialist Management Roles
  •  General Business Management
  •  International Sales and marketing
  •  NGOs/INGOs
  •  International recruitment
  •  Customer Service
  •  Banking & Financial Institutions
  •  Insurance Companies
  •  Business & Corporate Houses

Curricular Structure

BTEC HND In Business Leading To BBA

First Year (120 Credit)
Semester I Semester II
Business and the Business Environment Management Accounting
Marketing Essentials Managing a Successful Business Project
Human Resource Management Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Management and Operations Organizational Behavior
Second Year (120 Credit)
Semester III Semester IV
Financial Accounting Research Project
Research Project Sales Management
Business Strategy Consumer Behaviour and Insight
Developing Individuals, Teams, and Organizations Planning for Growth

Third Year Course

  1. Strategic Management Accounting
  2. Strategic Management and Human Resources
  3. Marketing Strategy
  4. Managing Projects
  5. Strategic Management
  6. Contemporary Developments in Business Management