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Catering to the demands of the constantly changing business landscape, ANC School of Postgraduate Education offers local professionals and ambitious individuals, the most expansive spectrum of British postgraduate qualification in business here in Sri Lanka, for an affordable price. They have introduced exclusive avenues for stage II qualified students of CIMA/ACCA/ABE/CIM qualifications complete a 12 months MBA with University of West London.
Students without work experience will have the benefit of joining a blue-chip company for a guaranteed internship program allowing you to accomplish the much-wanted Master’s Level qualifications that would connect you to exciting careers. We deliver industry oriented MBA/MSc qualifications from Claude Littner Business School of the University of West London (UWL), which is a leading career university in the UK linked with employment.
MBA/MSc International Business Management Entry Levels for CIMA/ACCA/ABE/CIM qualified professionals:
CIMA Managerial Level – MBA/MSc (12 months)
CIMA Fundamental Level – MBA/MSc (12 months)
ABE Advanced Diploma Level – MBA/MSc (12 months)
CIM Professional Level – MBA/MSc (12 months)
ANC has strengthened its partnership with the UWL, professionals and leaders in the industry to enhance student experience, preparing them for high-end careers. Their partner university is one of the top modern university in London for graduate employment with 96% of UWL graduates in employment within six months of graduating. Amongst many other accolades, the UWL is ranked No. in London for Student Satisfaction in 2016 by NSS (National Student Survey), and No 1 Modern University in London for Business and Management Studies by the Guardian University Guide, attracting a very high number of applications annually from students from the UK and outside.
If you wish to emerge successfully in your chosen career, you must enrol in the right postgraduate program that will provide you with the requisite knowledge, skills and ethics to compete well and fit right into the business community. Our MBA from the UWL offers scientific approaches to management with core courses, familiarising students with up-to-date content and crucial areas of business such as finance, marketing, human resources, accounting, operations management and many more.
ANC School of Postgraduate Education offers:
We also offer you convenient instalment plans with 0% interest and collaborate with numerous local banks and financial institutes to find you interest free loans and other options to fund your post graduate studies without a burden. Our MBA graduates consider the MBA that we offer, to be the richest rewarding undertaking of their life that benefited them much greater than the amount spent on studies. They have now gone out to the world as transformed individuals to change and advance organisations to a new level of success.
Contact 0777 44 99 66 for more information.
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