Ace Institute of Management is a contemporary, open-minded, conscientious learning centre where students rediscover themselves and learn to be thoughtful and responsible managers and leaders. In our 20 year history, since our inception in 1999, we have established ourselves as a leading institution that is living its vision of enhancing capacity of individuals and institutions in Nepal to contribute to the nation’s development. We broke new ground by launching the first Executive MBA program in Nepal in 1999, the year of our establishment. Our MBA program has acquired a distinguished reputation of being the most rigorous and fulfilling experience. Our undergraduate programs, BBA and BBA-BI, are considered among some of the best in the country. Students completing our undergraduate programs are widely sought after in the employment market.
The higher secondary program of Ace Higher Secondary School, a spin off of Ace Institute of Management, has established itself as students’ first choice program in the management stream. In a short span of 9 years, Ace A-Level has distinguished itself from the crowd with its individual centered approach to learning and focus on management and social sciences stream only. We have completed seventeen years of creating change leaders and showing the way to a new nation and yet, we feel this is just the beginning. These seventeen years have been extremely rewarding and we continue to live our vision and commitment to value based management education which has strong relevance to real life. We are deeply committed to promoting a learning environment where individuals rediscover themselves and learn to be thoughtful and responsible managers, leaders and entrepreneurs. We will continue to provide our students with opportunities to explore and develop their potential so that they can make their mark in whatever they do.
One of Nepal’s leading business schools, Ace Institute of Management fosters environment that nurtures students’ growth and evolution into self-regulated, life-long learners; thoughtful, responsible individuals; and principled, innovative leaders who improve their society and the world.
- We learn more when we assume responsibility for and self-regulate our learning.
- Learning never ends if we avoid intellectual arrogance and embrace intellectual humility.
- We learn more if we compete only with self and cooperate and collaborate with others.
- Learning is a choice; with mental effort and persistence everyone can learn.
- Honesty in work.
- Sincerity in relationships.
- Respect for self and others.
- Responsibility for one’s actions.
- Reflecting on and learning from our experience.
- Care for resources.
- Respect for laws and regulations.