American College of Higher Education offers a multi-national and multi-cultural study environment where quality education is the motto.
American College of Higher Education (ACHE) passed our governance and academic quality assessment process, becoming part of our global partnership as an accredited NCC Education centre.
Students in Sri Lanka are now able to complete a BA (Hons) in Business Administration at ACHE delivered by NCC Education, validated and awarded by the University of Worcester.
American College of Higher Education (ACHE) is a pioneer of higher education in Sri Lanka and has proved 20 years of academic excellence. ACHE is an International Centre of Broward College, Florida, USA. Courses offered by Broward College at ACHE have been approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) in the USA.
American College of Higher Education has 5 branches namely Colombo, Kandy, Galle, Matara, Negombo and Kurunegala. All the branches are located within town limits, which give easy access to students to pursue their education.
“Our mission is to provide excellent academic opportunities which will help produce dynamic students who will have a broad knowledge, be leaders in their prospective professions, critical thinkers and creative individuals who will be able to operate in any environment, and will have the ability to respond easily to rapidly changing needs of their professions.”
The students at American College enjoy access to 28 Florida State University libraries with millions of books and electronic resources through their student portal while studying in Sri Lanka.
“American College has successfully transferred close to 4000 students to various American Universities. We are proud that many of our students have gone on to complete Masters and PhD programs while others have obtained jobs in leading organizations around the world.”
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Contact us at email@example.com or ACHE to find out how you could study in Sri Lanka and graduate with a BA (Hons) Business Administration from the University of Worcester