Imperial Institute of Higher Education are in the business of producing agile business executives and leaders by providing well structured market relevant learning from the best universities and educational institutes form overseas. We were incorporated in October 1996 and for the past 24 years we have provided the private sector and government institutions over 1000 skilled graduates.
Our curriculums are structured to suit the global business demands and not only Sri Lanka or UK centric. The faculty are all from the industry who have excelled in their chosen fields. We assess applied knowledge through assignments which are current in context and not memory through exams. We understand that knowledge gained through wider educations in only as good as its application. Our students transform in their thinking and approach during the course. This is our competitive advantage.
Imperial Institute of Higher Education believe that education is no longer about filling the minds of the students but about shaping the minds. This way we enable agility among the graduates we produce.
Imperial Institute of Higher Education IIHE was established in 1996, starting its operations in a very modest scale, being associated with the prestigious University of Wales Trinity Saint David(UWTSD), U.K. in providing both undergraduate (B.Sc. Honours in Management) and post-graduate (MBA-Masters in Business Administration) level education. The association so far, has produced 600 B.Sc. graduates and over Over 1,000 post graduates. The majority of graduates completed their entire educational program in Sri Lanka, while a few did proceed to Wales, for their 3 rd year studies, pursuing the “Transfer Study” route. The IIHE and University of Wales association is the longest, between a private tertiary education institute in Sri Lanka and a foreign university of international repute.
In 2010, University of Wales merged with Trinity University College, Carmarthen under the university of Wales Royal charter of 1828, forming University of Wales Trinity Saint David. In 2013, Swansea Metropolitan University became part of UWTSD.