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MSU and MSI degree programs facilitate international education for individual enhancement

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Management & Science University (MSU) Malaysia, the QS Asian World Ranking University in Sri Lanka recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and Sri Lankan Medical Council (SLMC), is offering its Diploma and (Hons) Degree programs leading to MBA and Ph.D though Management & Science Institute (MSI).

MSI is a fully affiliated higher educational establishment within the Management and Science University, Malaysia and recognised by many leading universities worldwide including those in the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany and Japan.

With its mission is to strive to mould degree holders of high moral values and distinction; committed to lifelong learning, leadership, integrity and professionalism, in response to the national and global needs, MSI offers diplomas in three key disciplines that comprise of the Diploma in Business Management, the Diploma in Biomedical Science and the Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management .

The Diploma in Business Management: Structured to reflect the changing business world and crafted in conjunction with industry leaders to provide a firm foundation in business knowledge and practice; the Diploma in Business Management from MSI is designed to develop students to master, handle and meet the demands of the future business industry, equipping them to function more effectively as leaders in a business-driven economy. 

Consisting of core business management modules focused on exploring and understanding contemporary management with emphasis on action, observation, analysis and reflection it prepares candidates to work in the areas of management, administration, enterprise development, marketing, consultancy, and related fields. Students learn the fundamentals of business such as the practices of management, principles of marketing, finance, business communication, economics, business ethics, and industrial operation.

The program provides students with concepts, frameworks, analytical, problem solving and research skills to enable them to operate confidently and effectively in a global environment characterized by constant change and requiring flexible and innovative responses at a professional level.

Students apply program content to develop dynamic and strategic responses to complex internal and external challenges facing organisations from the perspective of strategic decision making, strategic finance, contemporary marketing challenges and managing complex alliances across the public and private sector that also includes the consideration of ethical principles and practices. Students will be also introduced and exposed to the many different aspects of international business both of an academic and practical context that is relevant to the current and future needs of the business landscape. 

Students successfully completing the Diploma in Business Management will have the opportunity to progress to the Bachelor’s (Hons.)Degree Program in International Business at the Management and Science University (MSU) Colombo, Malaysia or at any of the partner universities worldwide.

The Diploma in Biomedical Science: This program is a platform for students to pursue career paths in biomedical, medicine or any health science related jobs, while introducing the student to relate to the latest development in the field emphasising the need for research and development. 

The curriculum integrates knowledge, attitude and skill components to meet modern day challenges as professional biomedical students. The learning outcome of the Diploma in Biomedical Science offers knowledge and understanding of the specialist disciplines in biomedical science and their application to the laboratory based study of disease and diagnosis. 

The Diploma in Hospitality & Tourism Management: Leveraging on a unique learning opportunity in the combined disciplines of hospitality, tourism and management, students pursuing the program will be exposed in the ‘know how’ and ‘hands on’ training in both the hospitality and tourism areas of practices. 

Diploma Holders will find ample opportunity in availing themselves to careers in hospitality and tourism industry as well as careers in internationally recognised hotels and travel operators.

Besides providing international experience and exposure among students in their relevant subject areas, extensive industrial training components are also blended into all the programs of study to enhance graduates’ employability.

For further information in obtaining this degree of repute please contact 0112576644, 0112576700, hotline 0770777880, email  info@msi.edu.lk, see www.msi.edu.lk or www.msu.edu.my or visit MSI Colombo at, No 300 Galle Road, Colombo 3.

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