Affordable and Quality Business Education for Sri Lankan students
American International Campus (AIC) the leader in higher education in Sri Lanka has opened another chapter in French Business Education by partnering with Montpellier Business School (MBS), France, one of the Top 50 Business School in the World according to Financial Times 2018 Rankings.This milestone partnership makes it another first in the Sri Lankan private education sector for AIC, the first private higher education institution to partner with a globally renown business school to offer 2+1 Business Transfer Program.
The launch event was held at Dorchester Hall – The Kingsbury Colombo on Saturday, 29h September 2018, and was graced by with the presence of Ms. Gaelle Enjalric, Deputy Director, International Admissions and Asia Development Manager, Montpellier Business School (MBS), France, Ms. Melina Guerras, Attaché for Cooperation and Education, Embassy of France in Sri Lanka and the Maldives, Dr. Gishan Sumanasiri, Executive Director/CEO, AIC Campus, Mr. Amila Kulatunga, Chief Operating Officer., AIC Campus Mr. Nishantha Jayasundara, Chief Marketing Officer, AIC Campus and other officials of AIC Campus.
Speaking about this important partnership, Dr. Gishan Sumanasiri, Executive Director/CEO AIC Campus said, “I am excited at this significant occasion where AIC have further strengthened its presence in Sri Lanka’s private education sector with a landmark partnership with the prestigious Montpellier Business School (MBS), France, to offer quality and yet affordable Business Education through the 2+1 transfer program”
“We pay particular attention to guiding each student to reach their fullest potential. Our proficient and experienced faculty guide students towards excellence throughout their learning experience with Montpellier Business School (MBS), France and beyond.
We are looking forward to welcoming Sri Lankan students through the AIC Campus Transfer Program to join the ranks,” – Ms. Gaelle Enjalric, Deputy Director, International Admissions and Asia Development Manager, Montpellier Business School (MBS), France.
Montpellier Business School (MBS), France.
Montpellier Business School (MBS) was founded in 1897 by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Montpellier (CCI) with the visionary goal of “training economic leaders.”
Today, the school is pursuing its mission to achieve higher education that is rooted in the 21st century by “training responsible, innovative and international managers”.
The school’s innovative and constantly evolving academic curriculum and teaching methods enable future managers to introduce a spirit of management innovation into organizations, thus providing businesses with sustainable added value.
Montpellier Business School (MBS) is recognized for its academic excellence and its values:
• Internationally recognized business school with multiple accreditations– AACSB, AMBA and EFMD EPAS accreditations;
• Committed to the values of ethics, openness, diversity, responsibility and global performances;
• Teachings and research activities focused on managerial innovation and entrepreneurship.
• 3000+ students currently studying with 25% foreign students from 57 different nationalities
• 35+ partner companies;
• 70+ double degree Bachelors and Masters, both from France and in partnership with prestigious universities abroad.
About AIC Campus
American International Campus (AIC) is a leading Transnational Education Provider in Sri Lanka. AIC Campus is a Member of the IMC AIC Education Consortium, a leading transnational education service conglomerate established with a vision to provide total higher education solutions under one roof. IMC AIC Education Consortium offers, Global Foundation Programs, Global Transfer programs in Engineering and Business, Degree Completion Programs in Engineering and Business and Direct Placements to leading Universities.
For admissions and further information on the Montpellier Business School (MBS), France 2+1 Transfer Program, contact AIC Campus on 0777 33 55 11 (Colombo), 0777 23 00 33 (Kandy), 0759 66 64 44 (Negombo).