Launch of State University of Grodno PhD Program at AIC Campus
Highest Ranked European PhD Program in Sri Lanka
AIC Campus, the leader in transnational university education is proud to announce its latest collaboration with State University of Grodno in bringing a highly ranked European University PhD program for students in Sri Lanka and Maldives. AIC Campus partnered with State University of Grodno, a leading European Research University located in Belarus, Eastern European Region, with the objective of offering a research and industry focused PhD program for students who are looking to gain a PhD qualification with the assurance of “State University” system.
Launch of the State University of Grodno PhD Program in Sri Lanka
AIC Campus signed the official agreement with State University of Grodno with the objective of providing a highly ranked European PhD program to students to embark their journey in academic or industry focused research in an area of their interest. Commenting on the recently launched PhD Program, Dr. Inoka .C. Perera, Dean, AIC Campus stated, “Introducing a research based PhD program is a need for a developing economy like Sri Lanka. Highly qualified and skilled personnel with research experience can add tremendous value not only in the academic sector but also in the business and industry sector which will help the economy of the country to thrive.”
Ranking and Recognition
State University of Grodno is fully recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC) Sri Lanka. State University of Grodno is also listed in WHED (World Higher Education Database) and the PhD program is fully recognized in USA, Canada, Australia, UK and in European Union for employment and skilled migration. The University is also being ranked in the top 200 EECA (Emerging European & Central Asia) University Ranking 2018 list by QS Top Universities.
Excellent Academic and Research Support
All students will be assigned to a PhD supervisor who will be mentoring them throughout their research journey and developing them to think critically and independently. All State University of Grodno PhD supervisors have a proven track record in their respective research fields which is critical in order to mentor the students accordingly until they finish the program. All supervisors are allocated a maximum of 5 students at a given time to ensure the students receive an excellent academic and research support and available to you when you need them. Since PhD programs are very different to other academic programs such as Bachelors or Masters Degrees, an unparalleled student support system plays a key role in providing students best possible environment to carry out their research work.
For admission and more information about the PhD program contact AIC Campus on 0777 335511 / 0774 409240