Bachelor in Development Finance (BDFin) is a four year, (eight- semester) professional program run by Kathmandu University.
The Financial sectors in Nepal have grown rapidly with large number of banks, insurance companies and financial cooperatives in recent years. As a member of World Trade Organization (WTO), Nepal is required to open the doors for international development, financial institutions from 2010. The microfinance, cooperatives and micro-enterprises are yet other emerging sectors in developing nations. Along with the growth in these sectors, the requirement of a large number of professional and skilled manpower has also been increased.
The Development Finance course aims to enhance students’ capacity to understand the meaning of financial development in a sustainable way. This program is also interdisciplinary, incorporating concepts and approaches from Economics, Finance, Development and Management.
Specific features of this program are:
BDFin is a Multidimensional Financial Management of Business and Economic Development.
Students from all streams such as humanities, management, science or vocations are eligible to apply.
Requirements for admission to the programs include minimum 45% in the aggregate in 10+2 (Higher Secondary Education Board) or equivalent in any stream or at least grade D in three subjects in Advance Level.
Students will have to pass an entrance test compromising of written and oral parts. The written test will be in Mathematics, English and General Knowledge.
KUSAAT (Kathmandu University School of Arts’ Admission Test)
KUSAAT is a 90 minute written entrance exam conducted by KUSOA (Kathmandu University School of Arts) followed by Interview. KUSAAT is necessary for students trying to apply for programs offered by Kathmandu University School of Arts, National College, Dhumbarahi.
KUSAAT consists of 4 sections:
Students will be selected from the merit list prepared on the basis of the scores in 10+2 or Advance level, the written examination and interview.
First Year First Semester 17 Credit Hours
First Year Second Semester 18 Credit Hours
Second Year First Semester 18 Credit Hours
Second Year Second Semester 18 Credit Hours
Third Year First Semester
Third Year Second Semester 18 Credit Hours
Fourth Year First Semester 12 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Second Semester 12 Credit Hours
*Elective I (Choose one course either from Group I or II)
Energy Finance and Management 3
Cooperative Management 3
*Elective II (Choose Second course from the same Group)
Management of Infrastructure Development 3
Management of Non-Profit Organization 3