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ATMC Sri Lanka moves to new building

Opening Ceremony of ATMC's New Building

ATMC celebrated the official opening ceremony of their new building on 23rd November 2013. Located on Galle Road, Bambalapitiya, the building resides in the hub of Colombo with adequate car parking space and fully-fledged facilities.

The opening ceremony commenced at 6.00 pm with the presence of all religious parties and observances. There were more than 150 of guests including, Manish Malhotra, CEO ATMC, Mike Willis, Dean Business Scholl University of Ballarat, Paul Kelly, Chief Academic Officer ATMC, Victor Rajeevan, Director ATMC, Robert Errey, Course Coordinator University of Ballarat, the past and present students of ATMC, including the Alumni and the graduates, professional partners, the staff members and well-wishers to grace the momentous occasion. Thereafter, the event was followed by a delightful cocktail dinner.

Speaking at the ceremony, Manish Malhothra, Chief Executive Officer of ATMC said, "ATMC operates in Australia, across Melbourne, Geelong and Sydney offering both University of Ballarat and Charles Darwin University Programs. We are very keen to expand these operations with additional programs".

"ATMC's operates its own state of the art building, offering MBA programs, top up bachelor degrees and Australian pathways," expressed Victor Rajeevan, Director at ATMC, at the ceremony.

Furthermore, Mike Willis, Dean Business School of University of Ballarat, added, "University of Ballarat is glad to be partner with ATMC for many years in Australia and for the past two years operating in Sri Lanka. I’m glad that Sri Lanka is doing well and noteworthy for the University of Ballarat MBA programs". He also mentioned, "Sri Lankan students are the best and further seeks new programs to offer, including corporate training through ATMC".

The Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC) is one of the leading educational institutes, which have its presence in Australia and Sri Lanka. Foreseeing an exciting future, ATMC aims to expand its operations to the international sphere, which will be recognized for hallmark of quality education and service excellence.