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CIMA to hold 2020 Convocation on 18 January

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The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Convocation ceremony in Sri Lanka for new exam completers and members will be held at the Bandaranaike Memorial International Conference Hall (BMICH) on 18 January.

The event will facilitate recently elected Associate and Fellow members, exam completers and Sri Lankan prize-winners at the February, May and August 2019 examinations. They will receive certificates and gold medals during the ceremony for their outstanding accomplishments.

One of the event’s highlights will be the presence of current CIMA President Amal Ratnayake FCMA, CGMA, who will grace the event as its Chief Guest.

Edulink International Campus has come on board as the Platinum Partner for the event. Edulink International Campus is the only multinational educational institute in Sri Lanka recognised as one of the best education institutes in management at the South Asian Business Excellence Awards 2019. It is affiliated to the University of Northampton in the UK and offers CIMA exam completers an exclusive offer for their Master of Business Administration (MBA) awarded by the University of Northampton, UK, where only two modules need to be completed as 80% of the MBA syllabus has been exempted for CIMA exam completers. 

The unique benefits of following this MBA include a two-week study tour to the University of Northampton, UK, a one-week free study tour to the University of Wollongong Dubai Campus and relative flexibility as it can be completed in six months. 

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