BCAS Campus – University of Wolverhampton Graduation 2015
More than 200 students were conferred Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the annual convocation of the University of Wolverhampton hosted by BCAS Campus at the BMICH in Colombo on 9th September 2015. BCAS first hosted the university’s graduation ceremony in 2013 when only 35 students received their degree awards. The number has increased to more than four-fold this year.
BCAS Campus has been the local partner of the University of Wolverhampton since 2005. Interestingly, the history of the university dates back to 1851. Thus being one of the oldest universities in the UK, its courses are delivered worldwide through an arrangement known as “Transnational Education” in many countries and Sri Lanka is one. BCAS Campus is very proud to deliver the university’s various courses both at undergraduate and post graduate level in disciplines, such as Business, Law, Quantity Surveying, Engineering, IT and Bio-medical Science.
Dr Anthea Gregory the Deputy Vice-chancellor of the University Ms Jo Gittens, Director International and Mr Brendon Riordan, Head of the Transnational Education graced the occasion on behalf of the University along with Eng M M Abdul Rahman, the Chairman, BCAS, Minister of University Education Honourable Lakshman Kiriella. Many prominent academics and professionals from the industry too participated at the event.