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IIHE signs MoU with University of Wales Trinity Saint David


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IIHE (Imperial Institute of Higher Education), pioneers in bringing overseas education into Sri Lanka, moved one step further in their vision of providing high quality education by signing a MOU with University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) to teach and promote their highly recognised courses in Sri Lanka.

UWTSD has the third oldest Royal Charter (1828) which is the oldest in Wales and England after the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. As per Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2018, University of Wales Trinity Saint David is ranked #85 in UK. It is an UGC recognised foreign university and a member of the International Association of Universities.

The Programmes provided by IIHE from University of Wales Trinity Saint David are: BA (Hons) Business Management; BA (Hons) Business and Finance; BA (Hons) Management and Leadership; MBA in General Management and MBA in Hospitality.

The Institute, has always held its own in terms of the quality of education provided which has been its unique selling proposition over the years. The practice of having top notch industry experts on its panel of lecturers to ensure that students understand the practical aspects of business together with the real world corporate challenges are the initiatives that helped IIHE maintain the number one position in the overseas education industry.

Riding on the wave of its theme, “The Best is Getting Better”, IIHE has strengthened its panel by inviting on board a further group of leading lecturers from the industry to train and guide their students. Some of the names are Dr. Rohantha Athukorala, Michael Ranasinghe and Ravi Edirisinghe. The existing panel consists of Dr. Ajith Colonne, Dr. Saman Yapa, Dr. Sarath Buddhadasa, Lasantha Wickramasooriya, Harshana Perera, Preethi Gunaratne, and Hussain Moosajee.

IIHE has been known for churning youth into aspiring open-minded individuals who grow having the determinations and passion to succeed. Testimony of this attribute is the elite Alumni who are now employed holding top notch positions with corporates.

With the new partnership, its past credentials, new leadership and affluent panel, IIHE will no doubt have a competitive advantage in the Postgraduate Market share.

The prestige and quality of education provided by IIHE over the years, new leadership, affluent panel coupled with the new strategic alliance with UWTSD has already proved successful with over 100 students enrolling for the first MBA course.


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