We are the Imperial Business College, a collective of trailblazers striving to answer the complex challenges of the business and management industries.
Primarily known as Norvic Business College, today the name has changed – owing to our vision of a grander business innovation hub – but our core values, principles and culture remain the same. We were and are still a focused future-oriented business school, backed by renowned faculty and ambitious students thriving for a brighter future.
Since inception, we have been able to distinguish ourselves as one of the top business colleges in Nepal. Our offer to undergraduate programs, BBA and BHCM, are widely sought after and considered to be some of the most holistic and rewarding programs in the management stream. Our Alumni from 2017 and 2018 batches are paving a way of intersections in business and healthcare management, stand as proud testimonials of Imperial’s analytical model.
Our ethos are rooted in the idea that students come to study at different levels of knowledge, learning at different ways, and progress at different paces. With this understanding of how students learn our educators offers customized learning moving beyond the dimensions of lecture based models with better resources. We combine core elements of traditional teaching with digital technology to mold curriculum for individual learners focusing on their competencies before credit hours.
Imperial Business College aims at developing professionals in the general and secretarial management areas who can contribute to the socio-economic development of Nepal with adequate knowledge, skills and positive attitudes.
- Develop the college as the center of learning for management skills in the areas of Business Administration and Health Care Management Sectors.
- Develop human capital that is productive and socially responsive with high level of professionalism and ethical standards.
- Provide visible differentiation in the education service market through its infrastructures, systems, business and social networks and teaching-learning methodologies.