IIHS joins hands with Coventry University UK to launch South Asia’s first Masters Programmes in healthcare

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The International Institute of Health Sciences (IIHS), a pioneer in the healthcare industry for more than 22 years, has launched the South Asia’s first MSc Nursing, MSc Digital Health, and MBA in Healthcare Administration programmes in collaboration with the renowned Coventry University in the UK. Led by Dr. Kithsiri Edirisinghe, a renowned medical professional, IIHS boasts a proven track record of transforming over 3,000 healthcare professionals locally and internationally.

Under his leadership, IIHS has been working to ensure that students receive top-notch education guided by industry experts.

“The affiliation between us and Coventry University, UK has been deemed to be a testament to our commitment to providing students with unparalleled opportunities. We are the only partner in South Asia to offer these programmes.

We always provide students with the best possible experience, investing in state-of-the-art facilities and adopting innovative approaches to education.” Dr. Edirisinghe stated.

Coventry University UK comprises four faculties, each housing schools and departments that collectively offer around 300 undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Students completing the Advanced Diploma at IIHS can seamlessly transition to Coventry University for their degree, thereby enhancing their career prospects.

With Coventry University, UK ranked as the 15th best university in the UK according to the Guardian University Guide, second for teaching excellence, and among the top five for student experience, IIHS students are assured of receiving world-class education.

IIHS Masters programmes are also accredited to SLQF level 10 and FEHQ Level Seven, ensuring international recognition and credibility. IIHS stated that choosing these Masters programmes not only guarantees a transformative educational experience for students, but also opens doors to global opportunities and recognition.