KUUMAT Entrance Exam Preparation

The well-known programs offered by Kathmandu University are the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), Bachelor of Business Information System (BBIS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Hons)/Bachelor of Business Administration (Emphasis), and Bachelor of Hospitality and Tourism Management (BHTM). Admission to Kathmandu University's (KU) BBA, BBIS, and BBA (Hons)/BBA (Emphasis) programs is entirely merit-based and is based on results from the university's undergraduate management admission test (KUUMAT). The complete form of KUUMAT is Kathmandu University Undergraduate Management Admission Test.

The Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM) administers this exam as part of its recruitment efforts for its associated colleges, and it is a prerequisite for applying for admission. The KUUMAT entry application deadline is often announced in June, and the exam is typically held in July.

KUUMAT: Eligibility Criteria

Candidates from universities/boards recognized by Kathmandu University who have completed a study program at the intermediate or equivalent level with a minimum cumulative percentage of 50 percent or a CGPA of 2.0 on a scale of 4.0 are eligible. As long as they have taken the program's final annual examinations and passed all previous year's papers, applicants who have fulfilled the required educational level but are awaiting the results may apply provisionally.

KUUMAT: Exam Format

Based on the following evaluation domains, KUUMAT will be administered:

  • Verbal Evaluation

The verbal test gauges his comprehension, analysis, and evaluation of what is read and his ability to understand the fundamentals of the incorrect or inefficient language.

  • Quantitative Evaluation

The SATs assess a student's capacity to think about situations, actions, and experimentation in light of data. The test's quantitative assessment section looks at how numbers relate to variables that affect how people understand and experiment with data.

KUUMAT: Course Duration

With weekly and monthly tests, the course lasts around six weeks. 

KUUMAT: Document Checklist

For a  student awaiting results:

  • Marksheet of the SEE/SLC or a comparable marks sheet.
  • Grade XII Internet print copy with college verification.
  • Character sheet.
  • Grade 11 marks sheet.

For graduates college students

  • Marksheet for the SEE/SLC or an equivalent marks sheet.
  • personality profile.
  • Transcript or equivalent.
  • provisional certificate.
  • Migration document, HSEB character reference, or equivalent.

KUUMAT: Exam Pattern

The Kathmandu University (KU) of Nepal uses the KUUMAT as its first entrance exam component to identify candidates for admission to its undergraduate management programs (BBA, BBIS, and BHTM). The exam is conducted on paper. The KUUMAT exam consists of

  • The KUUMAT application blank comes with a set of practice questions for the exam.
  • Written exams employing paper and a pen will be used for the KUUMAT eligibility examination.
  • Both assessment domains will be covered by the KUUMAT, which will be a single test (General SAT & SAT Mathematics Test).
  • There will be multiple choice questions on the test.

KUUMAT:  Admission Procedure for Entrance Preparation

Students interested in enrolling in CMat preparation classes can do so by following the steps below:

    • Students can contact the consultant by visiting, calling, or using internet services to learn more about the KUUMAT course.
    • Costs and course content: Recognize the cost structure, course length, and class schedule.
    • Information on Scholarships Locate and research the best scholarship program for your qualifications.
  • Payment: Following all the research, if you decide to enroll in classes, you can finally proceed with paying the fee. Payment methods include cash, bank transfer, connect ips, and esewa. You can scan and pay for bank transfers.

KUUMAT: Entrance Exam Preparation Tips

  • Plan your time and study routine.
  • Use only the most recent releases of KUUMAT study guides.
  • Focus on your weaknesses and try to improve by finishing more practice papers.
  • Join online study groups and acquire resources to prepare for your MBA entrance exam.
  • Start with the most challenging area, then reduce it to the simpler ones. When the previous topic has been finished, switch to a new one.
  • Establish a routine of practicing mock exams after finishing the syllabus.
  • The candidate should plan their KUUMAT preparation and create a timeline for completing the whole course. There should be deadlines for each part so that candidates may finish learning new material and concentrate on revising it.

KUUMAT: Entrance Exam Marks Distribution





Reading Test



25 Min

Writing and Language Test



25 Min

Quantitative Ability Test-Not Using Calculator



25 Min

Quantitative Ability Test Using Calculator



25 Min




100 Min

KUUMAT: General Instructions

  • Applicants should fill application forms, who must also include three copies of a recent passport-size photo.
  • On payment of Rs. 300, application forms are available at the KUSOM reception or can be obtained from the KUSOM website at
  • A completed application form must be submitted with a nonrefundable application fee of Rs. 500 or Rs. 800 if the application was downloaded from the KUSOM website (non-refundable). Applicants must pay the application fee in cash to the admissions office.
  • To take the Kathmandu University Undergraduate Management Admission Test, applicants must prepare (KUUMAT). The application form comes with information about the KUUMAT. After submitting their complete application forms and the required fees for application processing, applicants utilizing downloadable application forms can pick up information on the KUUMAT and sample test papers at the reception desk.
  • Applicants must accurately fill out their application form. The applicant may be disqualified and not be permitted to take the Admission Test if the application is incomplete or wrongly completed.
  • KUSOM is not responsible if an applicant's application is rejected because it was incorrectly completed or incomplete or the instructions were not followed.
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