CUCMS teams up with Sri Lanka’s IIHS | Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences

“This collaboration is in line with our strategic aim to fostering meaningful partnerships worldwide.” said Dr. Hassan Basri Jahubar Sathik

CUCMS teams up with Sri Lanka’s IIHS to enhance education management skills

Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences and the International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS) of Sri Lanka today signed an Academic Collaboration Agreement at the Cyberjaya Campus. Through this collaboration, CUCMS aims to promote strategic academic alliances and for the CUCMS curriculum to be exported to the international market and specially for Sri Lankan students.

With this agreement, Cyberjaya University College will help to contribute to the education ecosystem in Sri Lanka by delivering the Master in Business Administration (Education Management) programme with IIHS as a partner institution.

IIHS was represented at the signing ceremony by its Deputy Chairman, Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe and Senior Manager of Quality & Compliance, Dr. Nishan Silva while CUCMS was represented by Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohamad Abdul Razak, President of CUCMS and Prof. Dr. Abdul Latiff Mohamed, Deputy President of Academic and International Affairs. Joining them were Dr. Amal Harsha De Silva, the Sri Lankan Deputy Director General of the Ministry of Health, Nutrition & Indigenous Medicine and Tan Sri Dato’ Dr. R Palan, Pro-Chancellor of CUCMS.

“This collaboration is in line with our strategic aim to fostering meaningful partnerships worldwide,” said Dr. Hassan Basri Jahubar Sathik, Director for the Centre for Collegiate Programmes (CCP). “Sri Lanka has been identified as a potential market due to the high growth in the private industry and the high standards of school education and we are proud to be associated with IIHS”, he further added.

It is a good opportunity to further the CUCMS brand name in education and we are confident of providing a world-class educational experience and highest in teaching quality for Sri Lankan students.

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