Students following Cardiff Metropolitan University programmes in Sri Lanka graduated at a ceremony hosted at the International College of Business and Technology recently.
Miss Barbara Wilding CBE, QPM, Chancellor and Chair of Board of Governors, attended the graduation ceremony, along with Professor Mohamed Loutfi, Pro Vice Chancellor (International).
Set up in 2000, ICBT is one of the leading tertiary education providers in Sri Lanka with the largest number of students in the private sector higher education category. Cardiff Met programmes are offered at several ICBT campuses across Sri Lanka, including Colombo and Kandy.
At the ICBT graduation ceremony, awards were presented for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the Cardiff School of Health Sciences and Cardiff School of Management.
Cardiff Met's Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Professor Mohamed Loutfi, spoke at the graduation ceremony. He said: 'We at Cardiff Met are extremely proud to have been collaborating with ICBT since 2010. We place a high priority on internationalisation at home and beyond Cardiff, and we aim to produce career-ready graduates who are ready for the world of work in whichever country they choose to live and work.'
International College of Business and Technology