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A degree designed to equip students for challenges in the workplace

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University of Salford, a 50-year-old British university, now offers its highly-reputed degree programs in Sri Lanka through IIHE.

The University of Salford was awarded the Times Higher Education Business School of the Year 2014 and has a strong community of alumni in 137 countries around the world including over 700 Sri Lankans. During 2016/2017 the highest number of foreign students for University of Salford was reported from China (54), India (47) and Middle East (21) 

The University of Salford undergraduate degree courses are highly respected by leading employers across the world, and have been designed to maximise the students’ opportunities to embark on a career with organisations seeking high calibre graduates. The students gain valuable skills which prepare them for work, graduate entry into management training and executive positions, or further study. 

Education is a lifetime investment and prospective students should be vigilant to identify the best program that moulds them into professionals who can interact with highly volatile business environments of today. 

With the faculty of IIHE consisting experienced professionals with sound academic backgrounds, appointed directly by the parent university after careful evaluation of their qualifications and industrial experience the need of students studying in a robust environment and who can interact with highly-volatile business environments of today are met.

IIHE is known for offering good quality tertiary education and developing professional leaders with an ethical and moral commitment to the corporate world and society at large. This transformation is facilitated by adopting an interactive experiential learning approach in order to transfer knowledge, business skills, soft skills and entrepreneurial behaviour. 

IIHE, one of the oldest holistic British education providers in Sri Lanka, was incorporated in October 1996, as a private tertiary educational institution with the objective of providing undergraduate and postgraduate education at an affordable price, for aspiring local students, who do not get an opportunity to enter state universities or to proceed overseas for their higher education. 

The four main undergraduate programs IIHE is offering with the affiliation of University of Salford, Mancheste at present are:

1. BSc (Hons) Business & Management

2. BSc (Hons) Accounting & Finance

3. BSc (Hons) Business & Tourism Management

4. BSc (Hons) Business & Information Technology

Intakes for these programs are scheduled for the month of February. The degrees of Salford University are accredited by professional institutes and students on completion of their degrees at IIHE will be entitled to exemptions from reputed professional bodies and vice versa students can get into the second or third year of the Bachelor’s Degree at University of Salford based on the professional qualifications they hold.

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