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Top accolades for CA Sri Lanka’s affiliate university in Australia

One of Australia’s leading universities, the University of Southern Queensland, which has shared a rich history counting to over a decade with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka (CA Sri Lanka), recently received high accolades in the academia field further enhancing its standing in the global university scene.

The prestigious World Education Congress Global Awards recently conferred the ‘Woman Super Achiever Award’ to the university’s Vice-Chancellor Professor Jan Thomas for her leadership in international higher education.

Thomas was selected for the prestigious prize from amongst 4000 nominations.

Furthermore, the popular MyUniversity website based in Australia ranked the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) as the second best university in Queensland on grounds that the university produced the highest number of students who were able to secure full time work subsequent to their study at USQ.

For over ten year’s CA Sri Lanka through its Business School has been offering the ever popular Australian MBA Programme of the University of Southern Queensland to Sri Lankan professions from both the accounting and non-accounting sectors.

The USQ MBA ranked as one of Australia’s top 20 masters programmes covers an extensive syllabus and offers a range of exemptions for professional and other academic qualification.

CA Sri Lanka President Mr. SujeewaRajapakse noted that the USQ MBA is one of the most successful MBA programmes in the country followed by professionals both at junior and senior levels and has also been followed by well-established corporate leaders in the country.

“The Institute and the University of Southern Queensland has been working together for well over ten years and we are continuously endeavoring to provide professionals from both the accounting and non-accounting sectors with the best of local and foreign qualifications right here in Sri Lanka,” he noted.

Speaking on the recent achievements by USQ, Mr. Rajapakse noted that CA Sri Lanka always strived to partner with world recognized institutes and the recent accolades by the Australian University was testament to the university’s standing on a global platform.

Chief Executive Officer of CA Sri Lanka, Mr. Aruna Alwis highlighted that the CA Business School is among the foremost leading business schools in the country providing both academic and professional qualifications for the benefit of professionals in the country.

“Both CA Sri Lanka and the University of Southern Queensland share an exceptional association counting to ten long years. Today, the USQ MBA offered through the Business School is one of the most popular MBA programmes in the country among professionals,” he added.

Meanwhile, CA Sri Lanka has currently commenced the intake for the University of Southern Queensland’s MBA programme for the June Semester.