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Bachelor of Business (BHM) (Hospitality Management) (Hons)


HELP University's Hospitality Program

  • Highly regarded internationally for its global recognition in Hospitality-related programs.
  • Own Hospitality Lab for empowering students with culinary mastery and practical hotel operations insights.
  • Japan’s prestigious internship opportunity.
  • Credit Transfer availability in esteemed destinations like Australia, UK, UAE, and other Middle Eastern countries.

Program Overview

Affiliated to :

HELP University, Malaysia

Course Duration :

4 year (8 semesters)

Class Timings :

7AM to 12 Noon

Paid Internships:

Pre-Requisite Tests:

Not Required

Total Credit:


Experience excellence in hospitality education at Mid-Valley International College, the premier institution for BBHM (Hotel Management) in Nepal. Our Bachelor of Business (Hospitality Management) (BHM) Hons program goes beyond traditional hospitality services, encompassing areas such as events, gaming, entertainment, tourism services, and guest relations. With extensive career opportunities in this diverse industry, our curriculum combines theoretical knowledge and practical experience to prepare students for success.

Upon completion of our tailored program, graduates are well-equipped to secure positions in leading hospitality companies and organizations. Starting from operational roles, they quickly advance to managerial positions, ensuring a rewarding career path. Join us at the best BBHM College in Nepal and unlock a world of opportunities in the dynamic hospitality industry.


Course Structure

  • Propel your career in the thriving hospitality industry with our program designed to drive innovation and success to new heights
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of international hotel operations, technological applications, and effective management of large and small-scale services
  • Engage in exciting final-year projects and internship programs that provide real-world experience and equip you with industry-specific skills
  • Our curriculum goes beyond technical knowledge, preparing you with essential soft skills and non-credit courses to excel in the global marketplace and navigate our ever-changing society.

Career Opportunity (Scope)

A degree in Hospitality Management (BHM) from Mid-Valley International College opens up a world of career opportunities. You can get a 6-month paid internship in Japan, including airfare, accommodation, meals, and a Rs.50,000 monthly wage. Plus, a job offer awaits with Rs.200,000 monthly salary. Our program opens to more opportunities in Japan and worldwide.

Graduates can venture into diverse sectors and roles, including:

  • Hotels and resorts
  • Event planning and management
  • Restaurant and culinary services
  • Guest services and relations
  • Cruise ships

Additionally, with our program, you’ll gain practical experience through internships and receive dedicated job placement assistance in Australia and UK. 

Our Very Own Hospitality Hub


Experience hands-on learning in our Culinary Hub at MVIC. We offer modern facilities for comprehensive education in culinary arts and hospitality management. Master culinary techniques in practical kitchens, bars, and bakery kitchen, while also gaining skills in hospitality management, housekeeping, and restaurant training. Explore various aspects of hotel operations through dedicated labs and simulated environments, including front desk management, housekeeping procedures, event planning, and guest services. This holistic approach prepares you for success in the hospitality industry.


  • ACC102: Accounting for Hospitality & Tourism
  • TRM101: Principles of Management for Hospitality & Tourism
  • TRM103: Fundamental of Food & Beverage Service
  • TRM200: Introduction to Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality Management
  • TRM207: Room Division Management
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: MS Excel 101, Tally Software 101, Academic writing 101
  • Experiential Learning Programme: Visit to Different Hotels and Understanding different Department Functions
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: Dressing Etiquettes, Communication Skill 101 – Goal Setting and Self Awareness
  • Development Center Activities: Intra-College Sports Competition

  • ECO101: Principles of Micro-economics
  • ITC101: Information Technology for Business
  • MKT101: Principles of Marketing
  • TRM205: Introduction to Kitchen Operations & Food and Beverage Services
  • TRM214: Accommodation Operations Management
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: Ms Power Point 101, Social Media Marketing 101
  • Experential Learning Programme: Introduction to ERP in Hotels, Introduction to PMS Software in Hotel, Community Home Stay
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: Com. Skill 102 – Effective Communication & Feedback, Body Lanuguage 101
  • Development Center Activities: Inter-College Sports Competition

  • COM200: Managerial Communication
  • QBM101: Business Statistics
  • TRM202: Organizational Behaviour for Service Industry
  • TRM231: Bar, Beverage and Barista Management
  • TRM233: Hotel Operations Management
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: Ms Power Point 102, SPSS 101
  • Experential Learning Programme: Content Writing 101, Data Analytics 101, Barista and Bar 101
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: Com. Skill 102- Presentation Skills and Digital Literacy
  • Development Center Activities: TedX (Simulation) @ Mid-Valley, Story Yeller College Edition, Student Mentorship Programme

  • MGT212: Business Analytics for Decision Making
  • TRM204: Human Resource Management for the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
  • TRM213: Hospitality Small Business Operations
  • TRM304: Research Methodology for Hospitality Industry
  • TRM316: Dining Etiquettes
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: Labour Law in Nepal 101, Business Model Canvas 101, SPSS 102
  • Experiential Learning Programme: Data Analytics 102, Research Survey in Different Hotels, Banquet Management in a Hotel or Independent Banquet
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: Basic Financial Modeling 101, Business Model Canvas, Case Study – Booking Engine and Trivago, Case Study – Airbnb and Trip Advisor
  • Development Center Activties: Speakers Forum ( Similation of Toast Masters), Mud and Music Mayhem

  • FIN201: Business Finance
  • MGT204: Asian Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • MPU3243: Personal Branding and Career Management
  • MPU3432: Co-curriculum – Event Management 2
  • TRM317: Service Management & Customer Care in Hospitality Industry
  • TRM400: Graduation Project (I)
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: Revenue Management and MIS Analysis 101
  • Experential Learning Programme: Shadow an Entrepreneur
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: Com. Skill 103 – Interview Skill , Com. Skill 104 – CV Preparation , Com. Skill 105 – Email etiquettes
  • Development Center Activities: Intra-College Busines Idea Pitch Competition

  • TRM301: Food and Beverage Management
  • TRM305 : Leadership and Management in Hospitality Industry
  • TRM306: Training & Development in Hospitality Industry
  • TRM323: Contemporary Issues in the Hospitality and Tourism Industry
  • TRM400 : Graduation Project (II)
  • Non Credit Course |Case Study: Business Model & Distruption in Hospitality Industry
  • Experiential Learning Programme: Shadow A CEO | Senior Management in a Hotel, Training & Development Module for a Hotel
  • Soft Skills & Personal Development: CV Preparation 2.0, Interview Skill 2.0, Elevator Pitching Workshop, Art of Negotiation
  • Development Center Activities: Guidance Counselling

  • TRM330: Industry Placement Practicum (2 semesters)

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