Mid-Western University (MWU) is an autonomous and public institution of higher learning with the mission to serve the people of Nepal and enrich the global learning community by extending the advantages of higher education. Established by the Government of Nepal with a Parliament Act on June 17, 2010 AD under the concept of multi-university system, Mid-Western University is a state-supported institution, founded on land donated by the Government of Nepal. The constituent campuses of the University and the Central Administration Office are located in Birendranagar Municipality, in the District of Surkhet, Nepal. The university in long run is dedicated to becoming a Centre of Academic Excellence in learning, teaching, and research. Responsive to the particular social and economic context as well as the requirements of the international standard in higher education, the University implements academic programs and in-services courses that cater to these needs.
The Faculty of Management (FOM) of Mid-Western University offers a variety of courses in management. The aim of FOM is to train professionals in the respective field, prepare socially responsible and creative entrepreneurs, provides innovative, practice-oriented and industry-related management programs to produce efficient human resource required in national as well as the global business world.