Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) at GCI is a four-year, eight-semester program in management studies in affiliation to Shinawatra University (SIU), Thailand. The total course weightage is 141 credits including one comprehensive project work in title internship and report writing. The program provides diverse academic exposure in a number of foundation, functional, specialization and elective areas including financial management, marketing management, human resource management, international business, entrepreneurship, logistics and supply chain management, cross-cultural management, business modeling and analysis, venture management and so on.
Right from inception GCI provides platform to students for the national and international exposures. Before starting the regular sessions in Nepal, GCI organizes one week induction sessions in Nepal, twelve days orientation workshop in SIU main campus, Thailand including industry exposures, interaction with business community, and course delivery in three subjects by SIU professors during orientation workshop. In final semester, students are given opportunity to complete internship in Thailand. After the successful completion of course, SIU will award academic degree of Bachelor of Business Administration. GCI has anticipated the leadership needs of the emerging economies. To cater this need, the efforts of GCI is to prepare competent and responsible global citizens for tomorrow, who should be creating opportunities for themselves in SAARC countries, ASEAN and entire global village working as learning mind professionals, serving mind entrepreneurs and transforming management leaders and social scientists and activists. College is committed in developing leaders through its innovative programs, outstanding faculty and thoughtful leadership. It has vision to educate LEADERS who make A DIFFERENCE in the SOCIETY. To meet the challenges and materialize the opportunities of this era, skilled human resources with global vision are needed. The BBA program at GCI aims at catering this fast growing global need of competent and responsible human capital.