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  • MSU’s MBA and PhD programs will provide 360-degree skills to meet 21st century business challenges

There is no doubt that 21st century economic dynamics have changed the landscape of business at home and abroad. Global organisations and establishments at all levels of management at corporate and industrial sectors seek a cost-effective way to stay afloat in the red ocean. One vital question is: are current human capital resources, or talent resources are capable to adopt and adapt to these megatrends of disruptive changes? 

Management & Science University (MSU) approaches in 21st century learning and MSU has built-in industrial-driven education to assemble strong traditions in enhancing current and future pool of human capital assets to address challenges of 21st century Knowledge Economy. Global companies in Malaysia, ASEAN Economic Community and Asia-Pacific are constantly on the lookout for innovative approaches in talent enhancement in sustaining business leadership beyond the national boundary.

MSU is 541st QS World Ranked University in Sri Lanka, which is one of the leading universities in Malaysia has established its learning centre in Colombo. MSU is gaining prominence as a provider of quality education in the Asian region in the areas of Hospitality and Tourism, Medicine, Health sciences, Life sciences, Information sciences and Business management. 

Geared towards academic excellence, providing academic programs of international repute is the mainstay of MSU’s existence. It is now well-positioned to be one of the leading universities in Malaysia providing industry relevant Diploma, Bachelor’s Degrees and Postgraduate programs up to PhD and other research disciplines.

The Postgraduate programs offered by the MSU include:

nMaster of Business Administration (MBA) 

nDoctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) 

At Malaysian Campus, the areas of research are International business, E-commerce, HRM, Marketing, ICT, MI, Multimedia Technology, Accounting and Finance, Business Computing, Strategic Management and Globalisation and Customer Relationship Management.

Management and Science University (MSU) offers you a dynamic Master of Business Administration (MBA) program designed for professionals working in either the private or public sector – or graduates who want to advance their career through an impeccable business program tailored to their needs. 

MSU offer students an experiential learning in cross-cultural communication, the opportunity to build a global network and the possibility to create future international career opportunities. In addition, students will have opportunities to develop management skills and techniques, to obtain strategic orientation and to implement the strategies formulated. 

These include networking events with industrial leaders, talks by CEOs, industrial visits, management games, case study approaches, video presentations, online interaction and many other approaches. In addition, it will help students to develop the skills in leadership, entrepreneurship, strategic management and decision making and trains them to become successful corporate leaders and entrepreneurs in the most competitive markets. Upon completion of the program, students will have a broad understanding of their specialised areas.

In addition to the MBA program, MSU also offers a PhD that qualifies students to various range of positions both in the private and public sector. The PhD program offers an intellectually demanding doctoral program for a small selected groups of high-potential applicants: men and women who already have a breadth of knowledge in the functional areas of business and who have a strong interest in academic researches. 

The primary objective of this doctoral program is to train students to become an academic researcher who are capable of contributing for the cutting edge of research in Management, particularly within their area of expertise. 

In addition to the Postgraduate programs offered by MSU, MSU also offers key degree programs that students can complete in Sri Lanka, MSU Malaysia or partner universities worldwide including, Australia, UK, Japan and Germany.

MSU through their Local Representative, Management & Science Institute (MSI) offers students a range of Diploma programs which help develop knowledge and skills of students while preparing them to obtain employment or continue their higher studies. MSI currently offers diploma programs in a wide range of interests including Hospitality and Tourism Management, Biomedical Science, Event Management, Business Management, Retail Management and Human Capital Programs.

Further information on the programs can be obtained by contacting 11 2576 644, 11 2576 700, +94 77 0777 880, emailing enquiry@msi.edu.lk or visiting Management & Science Institute at No. 300 Galle Road, Colombo-3 or visit www.msu.edu.my and www.msi.edu.lk 

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