In a landmark effort aimed at revolutionising higher education for students and professionals within the country, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka) launched its very own campus on Thursday which will offer the highly reputed BSc. Applied Accounting Degree, with plans afoot to also introduce several new Bachelor’s Degrees as well as a Master’s Degree.
The fully-fledged state of the art campus will provide a host of modern services and facilities including a fully functional IT lab, air-conditioned lecture halls, library, sporting facilities and cafeteria. The campus which can accommodate over 800 students, will be further supplemented by a highly experienced lecture panel comprised of state-level university lecturers.
The BSc. Applied Accounting degree offered by CA Sri Lanka has become one of the most sought-after accounting degrees in the country, with a student population of over 2000. The degree is approved by the University Grants Commission and the Ministry of Higher Education.
A key feature of the BSC. Applied Accounting degree offered by CA Sri Lanka since 2013 is a guarantee of employability at leading organisations upon successful completion of the programme, thereby making it one of the most popular finance degrees in the country. At present, 720 students who graduated to date are successfully employed at leading organisations, including top corporates.
Following the overwhelming response for the BSc. Applied Accounting Degree, CA Sri Lanka decided to launch a fully-fledged campus, to provide a wider variety of academic programmes for students and professionals.
Apart from the highly successful BSc. Applied Accounting degree, the new campus is also set to launch several other new degrees including a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) as well as a BSc. in Human Resource Management (Honours) Degree, BSc. in Marketing Management (Honours) Degree and BSc. in Business Analytics (Honours) Degree, upon receiving approval from the University Grants Commission and the Ministry of Higher Education.