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CINEC Campus Metro Branch launches UK degree programmes

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The new degree programmes awarded by the University of Wolverhampton and conducted at CINEC Campus, Metro Branch in Nugegoda were launched at an event held on August 18.

This event was held at the Auditorium of CINEC Campus Malabe and presided by Capt. Ajith Peiris, President and Executive Chairman of CINEC Campus. Prof. Chaminda Pathirage, Associate Head of School for Research and Professor at Brownfield Research and Innovation at School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Wolverhampton, UK represented the University at this event.

Capt. Ajith Peiris praised University of Wolverhampton for its long standing association with CINEC Campus that enabled CINEC to conduct degrees in Engineering, IT and the MBA at CINEC Campus Metro Branch. “Our link with University of Wolverhampton will further strengthen with these four new degree programmes. The University of Wolverhampton MBA is very popular among professionals with more than 500 registrations across 14 intakes so far.”

CINEC strives to maintain highest quality standards in all its programmes said Capt. Peiris, reiterating CINEC’s aim of producing well-rounded graduates keeping in line with ‘Beyond a Graduate’ concept. He further said that CINEC Campus Metro Branch will focus more on industry-relevant postgraduate programmes that have a demand in both Sri Lanka and abroad. As such, the four new degree programmes namely, BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying (Top-up), Master of Laws (LLM), MSc Cyber Security and MSc Project Management were selected to be conducted from October 2023 onwards.

Prof. Chaminda Pathirage, who represented University of Wolverhampton said; “The academic collaboration between CINEC and University of Wolverhampton is something close to my heart especially as a person of Sri Lankan origin. It gives me great pleasure to be in CINEC to launch these new programmes. “These would in turn benefit CINEC students too as we aim to enhance knowledge transfer between University of Wolverhampton academics and CINEC academic community that includes staff as well as students”, he further added.

Prof. Pathirage assured his support in all possible ways to CINEC and wished that the collaboration between University of Wolverhampton and CINEC will progress further in the future, adding more academic programmes to the present portfolio.

Head of CINEC Campus Metro Branch and Associate Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology Chandima H. de Silva, thanked University of Wolverhampton for approving the four new programmes within a short period of time to be delivered at CINEC Campus – Metro Branch. The event was attended by the Vice Presidents of CINEC Capt. Peshala Medagama and Tharanga Dilrukshi Gamage, The Deans, Consultants, HoDs, Senior academic and non-academic staff and student representatives of CINEC Campus. University of Wolverhampton was awarded the Cyber University of the Year Award in 2022.

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