BIBM is a tertiary education institute established in 2018 in Colombo, with the aim of providing world-class education in Sri Lanka and making it affordable to prospective students. At present, the Institute offers postgraduate and undergraduate programmes in Business Administration, Accounting and Finance and Nursing, awarded by The University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE, Bristol).
BIBM is committed to providing a vibrant and engaging student experience, with a variety of academic and social activities throughout the academic year. The Institute will also be working closely with other stakeholders and industry experts to provide excellent learning opportunities for students.
To be the Premier Quality Higher Education Provider in Sri – Lanka.
To equip students with knowledge, expertise and provide exposure to a learning environment that is growth-stimulating through a development driven culture
The Bristol Institute of Business Management is now offering the following programmes:
- Master of Business Administration
- MSc in Accounting & Finance
- Master of Laws (LLM)
- MSc in Nursing (Top-Up)
- BSc in Accounting & Finance
- BA (Hons) in Business Management
- BSc Nursing (Top-Up)
- Foundation Programme (with specialization in Accounting & Finance / Business Management)
BUSINESS SCHOOL OF THE YEAR-2019
Nominated as Business School of the year at 2019 Times Higher Education Award.
TOP 40 UNIVERSITY IN THE UK
University of west of England (UWE, Bristol) ranked 36th out of the 121 institutions in the United Kingdom (UK)
TOP UK UNIVERSITY IN SRI LANKA
The Bristol Institute of Business Management the only institute in Sri Lanka to offer programs affiliated by University of West of England (UWE, Bristol)
BRISTOL RANKED IN TOP 30
UWE Bristol Ranked in Top 30 UK universities by "Times Higher Education 2021"
BRISTOL RANKED IN TOP 500
"UWE Bristol Ranked in Top 500 Universities Worldwide"
Top 10 for postgraduate taught student satisfaction
UWE Bristol remains in the top 10 for student satisfaction for its postgraduate programmes for the third consecutive year, according to the latest Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey (PTES).