The perfect foundation that goes all the way with Imperial College

Deciding on a career path for most of us can be a daunting task. Should I be a banker? Should I join my family business? Should I be an accountant or be involved with finance? Or do I want a career in Human Resources or General Management? These are some of the questions that race through our minds.
Whichever career you decide to pursue among the many options out there, it is important you get the right qualification that will help you achieve your aspirations the quickest. Wouldn't it be great if you could just decide on one qualification that could possibly be useful in any business career? Or any other career?

The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) qualification does exactly that. The diverse nature of the prestigious UK qualification prepares students not just for a career in Accounting and Finance but for business as well. This qualification is not limited to commerce students alone. Over the years, we have seen many students who have followed Science, Maths and Arts also pursuing CIMA, since the diversity of this qualification will complement any other qualification you wish to undertake.
Furthermore, if you have just begun A/Ls, and are still contemplating to simultaneously pursue CIMA, you have made a sound choice. CIMA will complement your A/L study and you will be professionally qualified at a younger age.

As important as deciding on the right qualification to pursue, it is equally important to find the right place to study at. This is a decision about your future and the best chance you have at being successful. Hence you have to choose simply the best!

What makes Imperial College 'the best'
There are several factors that contribute towards 'the best' being offered to students at Imperial College throughout their CIMA career. The most significant being their unmatched panel of lecturers, who students comment as being the best in the industry.

This group of lecturers being CIMA qualified themselves, know exactly how to take students through the Certificate Level and ensure that they are able to confidently sit the computer based assessment at the end of their 5 month course of study. Students are taken through the syllabus starting from the very basics, which helps them immensely with understanding the subject overall. This is especially important given that students from different educational backgrounds and streams pursue this prestigious qualification. This simply means that even if you haven't done commerce for your A/Ls, you have nothing to worry about. With Imperial College you are guaranteed to be able to understand and grasp the subject matter regardless of the A/L stream chosen.

It's not just about studies
Every student will find that at Imperial College, it's not just about studies. The ultimate objective is to produce professionals who are not just technically competent, but those who have additional skills which are usually not taught in a classroom. Through organizing events (both educational and fun), leadership programmes, and other opportunities given to students for them to shine, it is no doubt Imperial College is 'the best' place to begin the foundation towards career success and a great life.

The Imperial College success story
A true measure of a job well done on the part of the institute, is not about the prizes won by students or the number of graduates produced, it is the quality and professionalism of students that is important and at the end of the day determines an institute's success.

With a 26 year history in the field of CIMA tuition provision, with branches and partner colleges in Sri Lanka, Imperial College is the only institute to establish on overseas education for educating students around the globe.

Now it's your turn 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, or call us on 0773 918 777 or 011 4 51 52 53.
  • Kandy - visit us at No 15, George E. De Silva Mawatha, or call us on 0773 919 777 or 081 4 950 950.
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