University of Colombo pioneered in providing the MBA degree in Sri Lanka many years ago. The MBA program is well recognized among the business community for its high quality and its comprehensive approach in creating future business leaders.
MBA Alumni Association of the University of Colombo was formed in 1997 and acts as an integral part and an exhancer of the MBA program of the University of Colombo and the Colombo MBA graduate community.
Whilst MBA experience and culture gained at the University of Colombo is invaluable in ones career, MBA alumni provides the opportunity to further enhance that experience by joining the larger Colombo MBA community for lifelong bondage and professional development. Colombo MBA Alumni play leading roles in the businesses world over and is poised to make great strides for the overall benefit of the MBA Program, the business community and its members.
Our Vision - Best Choice in Corporate Governance!!
If you are a member of the association, feel free to browse through the pages and leave your message in the Member Forum. Your comments and feedback are important for us to improve the service quality.
If you are a MBA graduate of the University of Colombo, and still not a member, we invite you to join us immediately and work towards achieving the mission, and be a winner.
If you are a MBA graduate of another university, you are welcome to join us in our affiliate programs and work jointly towards achieving goals for mutual benefit.
If you are a member of the Business Community, we invite you to join us in many programs conducted by us for the benefit of you, and the society.
Contribute to the growth and development of the University of Colombo MBA Programme
Contribute to National, Economic and Social Development.
Contribute to National Education in Management.
Build and Promote Business and Cultural Relationships and Linkages with other Associations having similar purpose Locally and Globally.
Improve Professional and Personal Life of the Members.
The MBA Challenge!!
As the environment of organization-including economic, political, competitive, regulatory, and cultural factors becomes more complex, there is an increased demand for managers with the necessary skills, understanding, courage, and energy to tackle the difficult demands facing organizations of all kinds. To be a successful manager, an individual need skills in decision-making, financial analysis, and interpersonal relationships. He also needs the ability to apply those skills in a context of constraints, opportunities, and alternatives. Professional management programs are based on the premise that people can learn to manage all types of business situations more effectively. MBA programs not only help their students to develop skills that are highly valued by many employers, but the programs also present a theoretical context for solving many business problems.