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International Collaborations

We are delighted to announce that the Institute of Human Resource Advancement (IHRA) at the University of Colombo has entered into a significant academic mobility agreement with the esteemed School of Labour Relations & Human Resources at the University of Granada, Spain. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in our commitment to fostering global partnerships and promoting international academic exchanges.

As part of this fruitful collaboration, two distinguished professors from the University of Granada had the privilege of visiting the Institute of Human Resource Advancement (IHRA) on the 26th of January 2023. Their visit lasted for a duration of two weeks, during which they made remarkable contributions to the academic community at IHRA.

One of the key highlights of their visit was the series of enriching seminars they conducted for our Master’s and Diploma students, as well as for the dedicated staff members of IHRA. These seminars provided valuable insights and comprehensive knowledge in the domains of labor relations and human resources, further enhancing the educational experience of our students and expanding the professional development opportunities for our staff.

This academic mobility agreement stands as a testament to the shared commitment of IHRA and the University of Granada to fostering international cooperation, promoting academic excellence, and advancing the field of human resources on a global scale.

We extend our sincere gratitude to the School of Labour Relations & Human Resources at the University of Granada for their invaluable contributions and for selecting IHRA as a partner in this collaborative endeavor.

Through initiatives like these, IHRA remains steadfast in its mission to nurture academic partnerships, provide students and faculty with enriching global experiences, and create a vibrant learning environment that prepares our graduates for success in the dynamic and interconnected world of human resource management.

We are confident that this academic mobility agreement will open up new avenues for research, cultural exchange, and collaboration between our institutions, thereby contributing to the advancement of knowledge and the development of future leaders in the field of human resources.