BCAS international Annual Reserach Symposium 2017 attracts high quality and innovate research from local and international students (undergraduate level & above), acedemics and researchers across multiple diciplines.
At the 2017 Symposium, you will be among fellow performance and learning professionals with like-minded focuses on design, leadership, change management and technology. You will learn and share innovative ideas, best practices and make connections that will last a lifetime.
Providing a platform for exchanging interactive views on research findings among scholars.
Exploring oppotunities for interactions and collaboration with industries, researches and other stakholders.
Chief Guest - BCAS Annual Research Symposium 2017
As a university in the UK with over 23,000 students and more than 2,500 international students on-campus, the University of Wolverhampton plays a vital role in the delivery of high quality education and training in the UK and to the wider global community. The University of Wolverhampton is very proud to have worked with BCAS for the past 5 years to deliver a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in law, business and construction.
I am therefore delighted to congratulate BCAS on their inaugural research symposium which has been created in order to further develop the BCAS research culture amongst both staff and students. Research is crucial to the development of the enquiring mind and to pushing at the forefront of knowledge. It is only through the promotion of research and scholarship that we collectively achieve the aspirations of higher education.
The University of Wolverhampton has an extensive range of research partners in the UK and overseas. We work in close partnership with national governments, donors, agencies, NGOs, educational institutions and consulting companies in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe and the South Pacific. These links have proved invaluable in building vibrant academic networks that have secured significant external funding with overseas partners over the last decade.
On behalf of the University of Wolverhampton, I would like to take this opportunity to wish BCAS staff and students a stimulating and enjoyable research symposium and we very much look forward to the sharing of outcomes.
Last year symposium speakers
General Manager Operations
BSc Eng (Hons)
Dean of Academic Affairs
BSc Eng (Hons)
Managing Director, MAS Holdings
BCAS Research Symposium
Manager HR, Virtusa
BCAS Research Symposium
A Research Symposium is an integral part of a higher education institute where the academics get an opportunity to present their research work and discuss and share it with others researchers. This exercise to be held annually will bear clear testimony to the academic quality of BCAS. The researches thus carried out by the BCAS academics with their students will be shared with others and published. Eng Abdul Rahman
BSc.Eng (Hons), AMIESL Chairman/CEO
Research is an important driving force of the economic advancement of a country where Universities and Higher Education Institutes play a key role. Research carried out by academics together with students lead to direct human capital development. Professor Kshanika Hirimburegama
Ph D (KUL), Doctorate (Honorary-MSU)
The outcome of some R&D by the same highly trained personalities who carried out the researches during their learning period at BCAS are already in the market as products. I am indeed so proud that the small journey which began in R&D, has now expanded in great magnitude in all the fields of BCAS. We have now come to the maturity of organising our own symposium like this. Eng M C M Az Mafeel
BSc Eng (Hons), PG Dip, MIET(UK)), MIEEE(USA), AMIE(SL)
BCAS Technical committees periodically publish book from convention sessions or a symposium in a Symposium Publication. BCAS symposium Publiication are published in PDF. An SP may include papers from convention sessions, papers submitted but not presented, and other papers dealing with the same subject matter received by the Institute and approved by the sponsoring committee for inclusion in the SP. Book must be original unless otherwise approved by BCAS, be of high quality, and report new or unpublished work that adds to the existing knowledge base. Special Publications are documents published by staff, an individual author, or a technical committee (not a technical document). Going forward, those publications will be called Manuals .
Register your Symposium Ticket early.
Confirm the registration access to the entire day education program,the networking reception, ,lunch and break throughout.
BCAS Mount Campus
54, Galle Road, Mount Lavinia.
Tel: +94 112 72 80 82
Attendees of the 2017 Symposium are granted complimentary parking at the BCAS Mount Campus on November 30th + December 1st.