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Complete your American degree at PATHE Global Campus

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PATHE Global Campus (PGC) presented their new program, the American Degree completion program at the AAA function recently. American University Program (AUP) is a three-year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) completely delivered in Sri Lanka in collaboration with Cleary University (USA). Students can enrol with GCE O/L results and may transfer to Cleary University in the USA at any time during their program to finish their degree in the USA. 

Full details can be downloaded at www.pathe.edu.lk. Cleary University is a non-profit specialised business university founded in 1883. It is regionally accredited in the USA and recognised by Sri Lanka’s UGC. The US Department of Education College Scorecard ranks Cleary University No. 6 for graduate salaries in its region and it was recently ranked No. 2 for ROI (Return on Investment) in Michigan. 

Cleary University is excellent value and its graduates enjoy high employability in the US and abroad. Students in the AUP program receive personalised career coaching from the American Director and are well prepared for great jobs locally and regionally. This is the only program in South Asia that offers internationalised career coaching. Successful students have the option of attending their graduation ceremony in the USA or receive their degree in Sri Lanka. 

Further, graduates are offered the chance to enrol for a unique MBA at Cleary University in the USA which includes curricular practical training, which requires MBA students to gain career experience as part of their curriculum. The AUP is conducted at the PGC at No. 7, Rajaguru Sri Subuthi Mw, Colombo 6.

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