Bachelor of Business (BBus) Degree Pathway Programmes
Faculty of Business at GISM operates under the Dean of the faculty. A panel of well experienced and qualified professionals from both University and Industry conducts lectures and practical sessions for the students to understand the principles of Business and Management to continue at Massey University, New Zealand for world-recognised New Zealand Degree qualification.
GISM’s Diploma is accredited by the Tertiary and Vocational Education Commission (TVEC), Sri Lanka and also in the overseas Universities. Those who need a career after the Diploma, they can undergo training at the end the course and find employment in the industry or, start a business in the industry.
Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS) Degree Pathway:
The Graduate Institute if Science & Management (GISM) offers the first year Massey University Degree pathway programme in Sri Lanka. Students can select any of the following major at Massey University when they study second year of the degree in New Zealand:
Accountancy, Business Information Systems, Communications, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Human Resources, International Business, Management, Marketing and Valuation & Property Management
Bachelor of Science (BSc) – Logistics and Supply Chain Management Degree Pathway:
GISM offers the first and second years of Massey University BSc Degree pathway programme in Sri Lanka. Students can study two years in Sri Lanka and go to Massey University, New Zealand to complete the rest of the period of the Degree course. Normally the total period of the Degree course is three years but, as this is a Science Degree, students need to study extra half year at Massey (Total period of the Degree course is 3.5 years: two years in Sri Lanka and 1.5 years at New Zealand).
Business Degree Pathway Programmes
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Massey University has campuses in the Manawatu at Palmerston North, at Wellington (in the suburb of Mt. Cook) and on Auckland’s North Shore at Albany. In addition, Massey offers most of its degrees extramurally within New Zealand and internationally. It has the nation’s largest business college.
New Zealand’s first satellite, KiwiSAT is currently being designed and built by New Zealand Radio Amateurs with the support of Massey, especially in space environment testing.
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