Master's Degree in Business Management in Colombo in Sri Lanka

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Business Management

A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

A program in business management emphasizes the importance of organizational structure and managerial policies in various corporate settings. Topics such as marketing, human resource management, accounting, and corporate restructuring will sometimes be covered.

Though there are many opportunities for higher education in Sri Lanka, a good deal of residents opt not to attend these institutions. Though international pressure has helped some in development, university proposals are often met with resistance from locals.

Colombo is a harbor town and is the capital of Sri Lanka. It is a vibrant commercial area with over 700,000 residents. Colombo has several institutions of higher learning most of these being colleges.

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Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management

National School Of Business Management - Sri Lanka
Campus Full time 1 year July 2017 Sri Lanka Colombo

Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM) is a one-year course designed specifically to provide a systematic exposition in advanced management education to managerial and supervisory level executives in private and public sectors. [+]

Masters in Business Management in Colombo in Sri Lanka. Postgraduate Diploma in Business Management Offered by National School of Business Management Duration: 1 Years Commencement: 12th of Jul 2015 Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (PGDBM) is a one-year course designed specifically to provide a systematic exposition in advanced management education to managerial and supervisory level executives in private and public sectors, who wish to pursue higher studies with relevant managerial experience and graduates who wish to upgrade their academic knowledge gained during the first degree. Objectives: The primary aim of this course is to inculcate among the participants such perceptions, knowledge, skills and abilities as would enable them to become effective managers in the modern business - and to assume higher levels of managerial responsibilities. Therefore the structure of this course facilitates a process through which the participants integrate their real- life work experiences with the conceptual and analytical foundations and developments in management disciplines, rather than just knowledge reproduction. The learning is problem oriented and participants have to work on specific problems themselves. Furthermore, the program encourages multidisciplinary thinking and independent reflection. Entry Requirements: A Degree in Management Discipline obtained from a recognized university/Institution (e.g. A Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/ Commerce/ Marketing/ Human Resource Management/ Accountancy & Financial Management or other relevant areas of management) OR A Degree in other Discipline obtained from a recognized university/Institution with one (01) year post qualifying working experience in executive capacity. (E.g. Art, Science, Mathematics and statistics, Engineering, Law & Military Degrees) OR A Diploma obtained from a recognized University/Institute acceptable to the Academic Governing Council of the National School of Business Management with three (03) years post qualifying working experience in executive capacity OR Minimum of 05 years sustained work experience in a Managerial Level in a recognized institution (Government or Private). This will be considered on a case by case basis and is subjected to the approval of the Academic Governing Council of the National School of Business Management AND Have a good working knowledge of English Semester 1 Managing Organizations Organizational Behavior Managerial Economics Business Communication Accounting for Decision Making Semester 2 Managing People Marketing Management Financial Management Management Information Systems Business Statistics [-]