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Tuesday, 3rd of October 2017 Views - 803

“Time is of more value than money. You can get more money, but you cannot get more time.” Jim Rohn You will strive hard and invest money, time and energy while pursuing your higher education. After the immense fight with stress, academic pressure and many other personal battles, you manage to qualify in your designated field of study.

However the golden question is whether, that qualification justified your efforts? The Chief Operating Officer of ACBT, Mr. Krishan Senaratna and Manager Mr. Neville Ruwanpathirana, stated that ACBT being the premier Australian Education provider in Sri Lanka has been the partner of Edith Cowan University for than 19 years. The unique nature of this qualification is such that, even though the degree could be completed in Sri Lanka, the student are enrolled directly into Edith Cowan University.

Mr. Krishan Senaratna pointed out that it is vital a student to get the genuine degree from a recognized university as it then justifies the time and energy spent on obtaining it and provides value in employment and migration. ACBT has been a part of Sri Lanka’s higher education sector for 19 years and has become a renowned leader. They are a part of Navitas Australia; one of Australia’s largest education groups and a world leader in education. By studying at ACBT the student has the opportunity to qualify in the complete degree staying in Sri Lanka or you can choose to start your university education in Sri Lanka and then transfer to complete the studies at ECU in Australia or other Universities such as; Curtin, Deakin, Swinburne, La-Trobe, RMIT, Wollongong, Canberra, QUT or Monash University. Navitas through its colleges also provides qualifications from United Kingdom; Swansea, Hertfordshire, Portsmouth, Anglia Ruskin or Brunel University.

Mr. Neville proceeded on to show the actual example of the degree certificate, diploma certificate that students will obtain from Edith Cowan University, which portrayed that the student even when studied in Sri Lanka will be getting the qualification as an internal student of the University. Mr. Krishan stated that ECU has built trust with ACBT over the years and it is an exceptional opportunity for students to get the same Degree as an Australian student would get. Both gentlemen agreed in unison that value for money, time and energy should be justified by the end qualification the student gets and that ACBT can guarantee quality and value over just offering a qualification.

What they highlighted is that if the qualification at the end of the day mentions that the student was an external student the value of the qualification goes down. Therefore ACBT recommends thorough speculation before choosing the University and Institute in which you will pursue your higher education.

For more details on ACBT visit their website: www.acbt.net Devuni Goonewardene