Master of Business Administration, Health Business Management in Sri Lanka

Now the Sri Lankans have an excellent opportunity to take the official Finnish Master's Degree in Health Business Management - locally in Sri Lanka!

Metropolia UAS is working in partnership with Human Resource Management Institution (HRMI) in Sri Lanka. HRMI is a Sri Lankan institution of higher education located in Colombo and providing a variety of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. It has been assessed and certified as meeting the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 International Quality Standards by SGS United Kingdom.

Joint delivery

Together Metropolia UAS and HRMI offer a tailor-made degree programme Health Business Management in English in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

This programme is delivered both online and on-ground through tutoring and Finnish lecturer led sessions. The degree programme is taught in English.

Read more about this opportunity on HRMI's web pages, and apply there to this unique programme.

 

Welcome Sri Lankans!

Master of Business Administration, Health Business Management (90 Credits)

For further information about this partnership arrangement, please contact

Read the news release about this cooperation here.

Why Finland?

Finland is a Nordic country known for its clean nature - the thousands of lakes, islands and forests dot its landscape making it a nature lover’s paradise.

Finland is highly integrated in the global economy. The largest industries are electronics, machinery, vehicles and other engineered metal products, the forestry industry and chemicals.

The success of Finnish education is built on highly qualified teachers at all levels of education. Over the past years the Finnish education system and teacher education has gained international recognition through top placement in the PISA and PIAAC surveys.

Finland’s education and skills, along with its asset building and entrepreneurship, are the best in the world as reported by the inaugural Inclusive Growth and Development Report 2015 of the World Economic Forum.

Furthermore, Finland is the most innovative country in the world, according to the Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015 of the World Economic Forum.

Finland comes out top as the best country for working women and has the highest scores for women aged 25-64 when it comes to higher education according to the Global Gender Gap Report by The World Economic Forum.