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ICBT launches Cardiff Met new MBA specialisations


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Cardiff Met MBA at ICBT Campus, one of the long-standing internal British University MBAs delivered in Sri Lanka, introduces new specialisations to drive and equip corporate individuals to be suited for the next generation management practices in the global market.

ICBT proudly introduces, the most in demand subject specialisations i.e. Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Business Analytics andHealth Sector Management commencingSeptember 2018 intake.Supply Chain and Logistics deemed as a highly sought-after specialisation in a majority of industries around the world also are high in demand in industries of Sri Lanka. Future of any business relies on the Business Analytics of the specific organisation and it plays a major role in the corporate world byanalysing its business trends and performancesin order to identify and set future goals.Therefore itwill be of extensive importance to the business world to study and specialise in Business Analytics sector. 

Healthcare thrives as one of the highest revenue generating sector in Sri Lanka and around the globe and creates ample opportunities to explore in terms of careers in the healthcare sector. Health Sector ManagementMBA concentrates on providing students with a deeper investigation on administrative careers and leadership roles as well as operations involved in the sector.

Cardiff Metropolitan University (Cardiff Met) offers education and training opportunities that are accessible, flexible and of the highest quality, and has been independently acclaimed for its high academic standards and for its high level of student satisfaction. Cardiff Met is a top university in the UK both for overall student satisfaction and the quality of its teaching.

The MBA develops critical thinkers with effective problem solving skills at managerial level. The course covers the fundamentals of management education – a refresher for business graduates or an introduction for non-business graduates. Core modules then broaden and critically examine key business and management fundamentals, integrated with linchpin modules in strategic management, equipping you with the ability to think conceptually and holistically. One can also undertake optional modules, from a comprehensive list allowing to focus on a particular field such as Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Business Analytics, Health Sector ManagementFinance, HRM, Project Management or Marketing, or a more general management focus. The MBA is offered through a number of innovative routes and specialist pathways including the Cardiff Met Full-time MBA, On Campus program offered in Sri Lanka at ICBT Campus. Cardiff Met MBA at ICBT Campus will be awarded in accordance with strict UK Quality Assurance Agency policies and the students have the option of transferring to Wales and even attending the graduation ceremony in the UK. This MBA is designed for students to gain a qualification from a high rankedUK university. Cardiff MBA lecturers are a panel approved by the university according to their academic and industry professionalism. ICBT Campus is an Associate College of Cardiff Met University and offers state-of-the-art Campus facilities on par with European campuses to provide the best learning and teaching experience to students.


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