GISM Campus, the only collaborative Education and Research partner in Sri Lanka to Massey University in New Zealand, is offering Engineering, Construction, Quantity Surveying and Bioscience programs. Apart from these, over 25 degree majors are available at GISM both in Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels to study here and get a transfer to New Zealand or UK for completion.
The leading world-class Massey University takes students who successfully complete GISM Higher Diploma into their third year of their Engineering Degree program to graduate with Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) which is accredited by Engineering New Zealand as a professional engineering degree under the Washington Accord.
By following these pathway programs, students’ overseas expenses will be reduced by over Rupees ten million per two years.
Students can earn from part time employments and the earnings may be enough to support for their living expenses without asking funds from their parents.
Students can work three years in New Zealand after graduation, and with a permanent job offer, they can apply permanent residency if they wish to stay in New Zealand.
The collaboration with Massey University began with the approval of collaborative credit-transfer arrangement proposed by founder president of GISM Professor Dr. G.G. Senaratne in 2010.
He was an academic faculty at this University and, since 2010, he serves at GISM Campus to help our students graduate in New Zealand or UK with world-recognised qualifications. Dr Senaratne is a dual citizen in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
With his long history of academic, research and industry experience together with overseas University exposure, the service he offers to this country through GISM Campus is valuable and the potential students are invited to gain benefits through his guidance and consultation for study options.
He says “our aim is not only to provide world-class qualification but also to uplift our students’ level of education, human quality, discipline and efficient working skills, using our new blended and action learning techniques which are embedded with our programs”.
Students can graduate in BSc (Hons) Mechatronics Engineering or Electronics and Computer Engineering or from Bachelor of Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Bachelor of Science-Microbiology, Biochemistry, Marine Biology and Bachelor of Information Science – IT/CS/Software Engineering/Data Science, Bachelor of Business with 10 majors.
Other programs are Graduate Diploma in Information Sciences, Graduate Diploma in Logistics and Supply Chain Management programs, 1+1 Masters in Construction Management/Quantity Surveying and Biosciences pathways are available to start at GISM. GISM also supports for Masters and PhD applications.
The entry qualification to UG Degrees is G.C.E A/L (local or London) but students who have performed well in GCE (O/L) also can follow the GISM foundation and enter the degree first year after one year.
They can complete the degree by the age of 23 and start working as world class engineers, managers, scientists and IT professionals in industry and enjoy the life with a good return of the investments parents made.
If the students are interested in taking educational loans, they can easily pay it back within three years after completion of the degree.
Those who wish to apply for Masters and Graduate Diploma pathways and PhD/Masters direct placements need to contact GISM Campus and discuss the eligibility criterion. You can contact GISM now for February intake on 0777440489 or, e-mail to [email protected]
We are at 1A, Ananda Road, Melder Place, Nugegoda. Also visit www.gism.lk or, FB: GISMSriLanka for more information.
Massey University is one of the largest Universities in New Zealand. Twenty batches of students have gone there from GISM after completing Degree pathway program at GISM Campus, Sri Lanka.
GISM directors frequently visit New Zealand and also meet GISM students. This is when GISM President Professor Senaratne (Left) met students at Massey University, Albany Campus.
GISM Team and Grandaunts with Delegates from Massey University, New Zealand, after a recent Seminar on “Action Learning Techniques” held at Hilton Residencies.