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  In recent years there has been a phenomenal interest in the growth of what some are calling `Digital', `Online', or `Virtual' universities. Indeed, today, it is commonplace to read that information and communication technologies are radically reconfiguring the landscape of higher education, changing the very `Nature' of the university. You will already know the vision: a decrease in importance of the campus, as students `Login' from a distance to access `Courseware', new media technologies replacing traditional lectures, courses being delivered and assessed over the Internet, promising to make higher education available anywhere and at anytime.


On-Campus Programs
Students can take our regular programs at any of our approved learning centers in Canada, China, Bangladesh, Ireland, India, Kenya, Lebanon, Malaysia, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Singapore, 
Sri Lanka, San Marino, Taiwan, Thailand and UK. Program duration and fee structure may vary.
Off-Campus Programs (Distance Learning)
The goal of the Off-Campus Programs (DL) is to create classes that are attractive to a rapidly changing industry. These programs are designed to deliver continuing education courses to the student by a variety of mediums including Mails, CD-ROMís, and Online Delivery. The wide varieties of delivery methods allow the student flexibility of viewing courses in the office, at home or on the road.
Executive Program
Earn your MS (IT)*  in 12 or MBA in just 08 months. Take courses at your own pace on your schedule. Join thousands of other working professionals. Classes start year-round. All exams are conducted at approved testing centers.
 *This program is coming soon. Please contact Admission Office for further details.
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