Business management

Niroshan earns a degree in business management

Bipin Dani

Niroshan Dickwella, one of three Sri Lankan cricketers suspended for breaching the bio-bubble in England, has made the best use of his ban period.

The 28-year-old wicket-keeper batsman successfully graduated from the Global Technological Campus (GTC) with the OTHM Level 4 and 5 program in Business Management awarded by OTHM (UK).

“Niroshan Dickwella is a professional cricketer and his recent qualification is equivalent to the first and second years of a bachelor’s degree and will enable him to complete the final year at several prestigious universities in the UK,” Mohamed Azmy, COO of the institution. Officer, speaking exclusively by phone from Colombo, said.

“As a professional sportsperson, Niroshan is also interested in one of GTC’s exclusive programs, the Advanced Diploma in Sports Management. This is a management program with a specific practical focus on the sports industry. The program teaches topics related to management from a sports perspective. “The program also covers topics unique to the sports industry such as nutrition and health, sports psychology, sports coaching, sports history and contemporary sports debates.”

This program has been prepared by GTC for sports professionals with a long-term vision and development plan for their career in sports management.

“Niroshan and many others studied and completed their courses during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and they received the certificates,” he signed.