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ANC Education the premier international higher education provider in the country has commenced enrolments for the January 2016 intake of University of West London’s (UWL) Business postgraduate programs. All business postgraduate programs are internal British postgraduate qualifications delivered by a renowned lecture panel consisting of eminent academics and industry leader from the UWL and from Sri Lanka. All these programs can be completed entirely in Sri Lanka in 12-15 months. 

The business postgraduate cohort at ANC School of Postgraduate Education offers several programs in collaboration with the Claude Littner Business School of UWL.

MBA (General) program is focused on continuing professional development by providing skills and knowledge that will assist students in developing a critical understanding of functional perspectives on business activities, both locally and globally. The MBA program covers all the essential areas of a general managerial role including Global Marketing and Digital Business, Managing People, Business Operations, New Venture Development, Accounting for Decision Makers and Strategy and Entrepreneurship. 

MBA with PMP Students interested in the Project Management specialisation can now complete the MBA with the PMP qualification as a dual qualification. PMP is offered by the PMI (Project Management Institute) USA which is the most recognised industrial qualification for Project Managers with PMP credential holders over 170 countries in the world. With MBA from University of West London, the student will have a prestigious British MBA with a renowned qualification in Project Management.

MBA for CIMA Exam Complete Having carefully studied the CIMA curriculum, UWL has designed a tailor made MBA for CIMA graduates which will equip them with knowledge and skills in Global Marketing and Digital Business, Managing People, Business Ethics and Research enabling them to progress to strategic positions in their career. CIMA graduates have a distinct advantage and direct access to the MBA – they get a 50% advance standing when they choose the UWL MBA program. 

MSc International Business Management includes subject areas in corporate cross cultural issues and global marketing in real business situations and it is specially designed for students in a multinational work environment. Modules included in this program are Global Strategy, Global Marketing and Digital Business, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, International Political Economy, New Venture Development and Business Operations and intelligence.  UWL MBA and MSc programmes provide a thorough and rigorous grounding in a range of relevant business disciplines. It is designed equip to-day’s managers for a successful career in the contemporary complex and changing global business environment. This is possible because of the latest technologies in education that are used in the Master’s Programs such as the Blackboard virtual learning environment and e library resources. 

The MBA/ MSc that are being offered by ANC Education will be focused on advancing knowledge by introducing study methods that deviate from theory based education and capture more practical elements. The general curriculum of the MBA and MSc programs will precisely cover what is offered by the University of West London with a percentage of the coursework being taught by professors from London. Classes will be conducted on weekday-evening and weekend schedules for the convenience of the students. The 12-15 months course duration enables students to gain a rigorous learning experience and to enhance their capacity in managing work, life and learning.

The University of West London is prestigiously known as the ‘No one University in London for Student Satisfaction’ NSS 2016, ‘Best Modern University in London’ (Guardian University 2012 and 2013) with several No 1 rankings in its name including No 1 for Graduate Employment Rate (Times Higher Education Guide). With a heritage of over 150 years in teaching and professional education, the university is known to be a knowledge hub that moulds students to prepare for career opportunities and prospects while they study. The UWL Business postgraduate programmes are developed to enhance professional growth and offer students something beyond the general norm in relation to the business scenario globally.  

Monthly and Semester payment plans (8-12 months) and student loan facilities and 0% interest Credit Card payment plans are on offer for students who opt for the best postgraduate education at a reasonable cost. Further information on the programs can be obtained on 0777 514415.


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