Unravel your CIMA success story with Imperial College
If you have just completed London A/L's, read on…

Having just completed your London A/L's, you might have breathed a sigh of relief as 2 years of intense study has come to an end. However, the end of your schooling career means you are just about to enter a different world, be that of university, professional studies or the world of work.

Whether you were in the science stream hoping to be biologist or doctor for instance, or in the maths field hoping to be an engineer, or in the commerce field wanting to be in business, for each of you these exams have been equally important as you all know how competitive they are. Whichever career you choose to pursue, the first thing that comes to your mind is doing well at these exams in order to gain that passport to your future that is entrance to university. After all, seeing yourself go off to university is the dream.

For those of you who are looking for options in Sri Lanka or looking for a pathway to university, we have the answer.

What next?
Since the decision to pursue studies in Sri Lanka has been made, "what do I do now", or "where do I Study" is a question that pops in your mind ever so often. "

What Is CIMA and how
will it benefit you?
The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) is a prestigious UK qualification that prepares students not just for a career in Accounting and Finance but for Business as well. Not limited to commerce students alone, CIMA produces professionals who are financially qualified business leaders, who possess the competence to function in all areas of an organisation. Further to instilling strong Accounting fundamentals, the CIMA curriculum incorporates Strategic Business and Management, enabling you to work across an organisation and not just in finance. To put it simply, A CIMA graduate can operate in any area of an organisation thus creating many opportunities.

Further, a survey done by the labour department indicates that CIMA is the No. 1 choice for employers. Currently CIMA students have a 90% employability rate in Sri Lanka.
Wouldn't it be great for you to have a qualification that gives you the highest chance of successful employment? Or one that opens the door to many other qualifications?

CIMA at Imperial College
When looking out for a university, the first criteria that pops in mind is of course the rank of the university, and how it can add value to your future career. Similarly, when looking out for a good place to study at, you need to think about how the institute can add value to your future careers.

Imperial College provides you with an ideal stepping stone. From guiding you with the most sought after lecturer panel in town to equipping you with skills not taught in a classroom, to ensuring you pass exams, to molding you into a true professional to even assisting you with finding a suitable job.
As a student at Imperial College, you can be sure of a challenging and fulfilling study experience, with not only the knowledge you will acquire from your lecturers but also from the extracurricular activities that you can be a part of. In addition to exceptional faculty and teaching, you will also be exposed to incredible personal attention and interactive classroom sessions and unrivaled study support through schedule based teaching, mock examinations, extra question practice classes and intensive revision sessions.

It's now time for you to create your own SUCCESS Story
Having established a presence in Kandy, Kurunegala, Batticaloa, Jaffna, Bangladesh and India, it is no doubt that Imperial College remains the number one choice for CIMA students, not only in Sri Lanka but the world over.

Past Students have often commented on how their time at Imperial College has transformed their skills and abilities into successful careers, now it's time for you to create your own success story.

For more information on CIMA at Imperial College in,

Colombo - visit us at No. 3, St. Kilda's Lane, Colombo 3,
Kandy - visit us at No 15, George E. De Silva Mawatha

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