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Nawaloka College of Higher Studies introduces Health Science Pathway Program


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Pioneer in accessible and affordable higher education, Nawaloka College of Higher Education (NCHS) has introduced a new UniLink Diploma in Health Science for the first time in Sri Lanka. 

This diploma of which the duration is eight months is a direct pathway to the second year of a degree in Health Science at the Swinburne University, Australia and Malaysia. 

The syllabus of the Diploma is similar to that of the first year of a conventional degree. As the classes are smaller, the lecturers get to engage better with the students and pay close and individual attention to them and assist when and where necessary.  

Subsequent to completion of the program, students can select a subject of choice to specialise in out of the following: Applied Statistics, Biomedical and Clinical Technologies, Biomedical Science, Exercise Science, Health across the Lifespan, Health Communication, Neuroscience, Nutrition, Psychology and Forensic Science, Psychology and Psychophysiology and Public and Environmental Health. 

“We view this UniLink Diploma as a timely opportunity where both education and health sectors are concerned. NCHS has a great relationship with Swinburne University in Australia and we are associated with Nawaloka Hospitals PLC as well, which is the first fully-fledged private hospital in Sri Lanka. We are excited to be offering the future of Sri Lanka the opportunity to benefit from this relationship,” said NCHS CEO Victor Ramanan, commenting on the UniLink Diploma. 

NCHS is a guaranteed pathway to the Swinburne University of Technology and will open the door to a future filled with the latest and best trends in Business, IT, Engineering and Health Science.  

You can now enrol for the Health Science program which is commencing in October. For more information on the progression and career pathways, contact Hasitha on 0777997744. 

Nawaloka College 

of Higher Studies 

NCHS is a guaranteed pathway to the Swinburne University of Technology and will open the door to a future filled with the latest and best trends in Business, IT, Engineering and Health Science.  

The pathway programs available locally, are specially designed to prepare students for success in their further studies. The Foundation Year helps students meet the entry requirements for the bachelors degree. The UniLink diplomas provide a direct pathway into the second year of the bachelor degree. Also they can further study the majors in Australia and Malaysia .Having completed part of the degree locally, the students can select which international campus they prefer to continue their studies in.

Convenient location

 Located in the heart of Colombo, the NCHS campus consists of modern facilities, providing students with a learning environment of international standards.  The campus boasts of a library, laboratories and class rooms on par with any global university. 

Global education network 

NCHS has also partnered with global leaders in education, California State University, Monterey Bay and the Ulster University, to give Sri Lankan students the option of selecting a degree program that is tailor made to their requirements. 

International quality assurance benchmarks 

The study programs conducted at NCHS are identical to that of Swinburne, Australia and follow the same curriculum, methods of teaching and evaluations, ensuring high quality and international standards. The facilities at NCHS are built according to the specifications of the partner universities, ensuring that the students have nothing but the best! 

 


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